NIC Notes

Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

Business Environment  |  Forgotten Middle  |  Ideas and Discussion  |  NIC Spring Conference  |  Seniors Housing

Industry Leaders Share Middle Market Strategies at Spring Conference

By: NIC  |  March 09, 2022

In the years ahead, millions of aging middle-income Americans will need a reasonably priced housing and care option. But innovative ideas are vital to solve the issue of affordability. Cutting-edge strategies for the senior housing middle market will be shared by the industry’s top leaders and stakeholders at a session during the 2022 NIC Spring Conference in Dallas (March 23-25.)

Braindate  |  Ideas and Discussion  |  NIC Spring Conference

Conversations with Impact at the 2022 NIC Spring Conference

By: NIC  |  March 03, 2022

Relationships are the heart of the senior housing and care industry and are key to future success. Expertly designed to foster collaboration, the NIC Spring Conference features a myriad of innovative networking opportunities throughout the three-day event. In addition to scheduled events like our networking lounges and receptions, the popular Braindate™ platform is also returning this year, which offers intimate, curated discussions tailored to attendees’ interests. 

Business Environment  |  Market Trends  |  Seniors Housing

Senior Living Valuations: What’s the Outlook?

By: NIC  |  February 15, 2022

Stakeholders at 2021 NIC Fall Conference weigh in on the latest trends. Considering the dramatic impact of the pandemic on senior housing and care, it’s surprising how well valuations have held up over the last two years. Investors like what they see. The worst seems to be over as the Omicron variant subsides. Occupancy is recovering. Demand is projected to only get stronger from pent-up demand in the near-term and demographic trends in the longer term.

Ideas and Discussion  |  Market Trends  |  Seniors Housing

What Do Baby Boomers Want? How to Rethink the Idea of Community.

By: NIC  |  January 25, 2022

Baby boomers may not be ready for assisted care, but they may be ready for something else. But what? Do they want an active adult-type development with certain amenities? Or is it more about seeking a place that offers a sense of community and a personalized lifestyle?