NIC Notes

Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

Economic Trends  |  Workforce

130,000 Jobs Created in August, Below Consensus View

By: Beth Burnham Mace  |  September 06, 2019

The Labor Department reported that there were 130,000 jobs added in August, below the consensus estimate of 160,000.  About 25,000 of the jobs added were temporary positions associated with the 2020 census.  For the eight months through August, the average monthly increase in total employment has been 158,000, below the average monthly gain of 223,000 in 2018. The private sector added 96,000 jobs in August, weaker than the monthly year-to-date pace of 145,000 and down from an average monthly gain of 215,000 in 2018.

2Q2019 Seniors Housing Actual Rates Report Key Takeaways

By: NIC  |  September 04, 2019

The NIC MAP® Data Service recently released national monthly data through June 2019 for actual rates and leasing velocity. The NIC Actual Rates initiative is driven by the need to continually increase transparency in the seniors housing sector and achieve greater parity to data that is available in other real estate asset types. Having access to accurate data on the monthly rates that a seniors housing resident pays as compared to asking rates helps NIC achieve this goal.

Senior Housing  |  healthcare

One Year Later: An Update on the Welltower-ProMedica Partnership

By: NIC  |  August 29, 2019

  Welltower’s Tom DeRosa discusses how the game-changing deal is taking real estate to the next level   In July 2018, a groundbreaking partnership provided further evidence of the industry’s quickly changing trajectory.

Middle Market Discussions Will Bookend NIC Fall Conference

By: NIC  |  August 28, 2019

Building off the momentum, enthusiasm, and focus of NIC’s recently released Middle Market Study, NIC will open and close the 2019 Fall conference with two sessions dedicated to this topic. The study, funded by NIC and conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago, revealed there is a substantial market that private-pay seniors housing currently is not serving. This is the cohort who do not qualify for Medicaid but may not have sufficient resources to pay for private seniors housing as it exists today. More than half of these individuals are projected to have mobility limitations by 2029 and other health care needs.