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Senior Housing Delinquencies Decline in 2Q2021, and Other Lending Trends

By: Anne Standish  |  November 12, 2021

NIC Analytics recently released the 2Q2021 NIC Lending Trends report, a free report available now.  The quarterly report tracks over $86.9 billion in senior housing and nursing care loans including construction loans, mini-perm/bridge loans, and permanent loans from the third quarter of 2016 through the second quarter of 2021. The NIC Lending Trends Report helps to deliver on NIC’s mission to enable access and choice by further enhancing transparency of capital market trends in the senior housing and care sector.   Below are a few  key takeaways from the NIC Lending Trends Report for second quarter 2021. Access the full report on  

Actual Rates  |  Market Trends  |  NIC MAP Vision

2Q2021 NIC MAP Seniors Housing Actual Rates Report Key Takeaways

By: Anne Standish  |  September 02, 2021

The NIC MAP® Data Service, powered by NIC MAP Vision, recently released national monthly data through June 2021 for actual rates and leasing velocity. This report includes national data as well as data for Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Phoenix. 

Market Trends  |  Seniors Housing  |  Skilled Nursing

Enhanced Transparency with the New NIC Lending Trends Report

By: Anne Standish  |  August 25, 2021

The NIC Analytics team recently released the inaugural NIC Lending Trends report. The timely report provides first quarter 2021 data as well as nearly five years of data of senior housing and nursing care loan volumes and loan balances from a range of debt providers.

Actual Rates  |  NIC MAP Vision

1Q2021 NIC MAP Seniors Housing Actual Rates Report Key Takeaways

By: Anne Standish  |  June 03, 2021

The NIC MAP® Data Service, powered by NIC MAP Vision, recently released national monthly data through March 2021 for actual rates and leasing velocity. In this release, NIC MAP also provided data on three metropolitan areas:  Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Phoenix.