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Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

Business Environment  |  Economic Trends  |  Ideas and Discussion  |  Seniors Housing

Meet the Decision-Makers, Make Connections

By: NIC  |  January 07, 2022

2022 NIC Spring Conference: Care & Housing for Older Adults | March 23-March 25, Omni Dallas Hotel As the sector enters a new era of delivering community and care to a growing -and aging- population of older adults, no other industry event offers the level of access to decision-makers, ideas, and connections that you need to be successful like you’ll find at the 2022 NIC Spring Conference. Senior housing and care executives represent ~70% of attendees who will be convening in Dallas this March to explore new models of community and care, build strategic partnerships and business opportunities as they shape a new era.

Business Environment  |  Economic Trends  |  Seniors Housing

Amid Uncertainty, Debt Is Available for Qualified Borrowers

By: NIC  |  December 28, 2021

Though rising inflation and a new COVID variant may cloud the recovery, the right borrowers have a variety of financing options. Traditional lenders are cautiously making loans. Government sponsored lenders are dialing back restrictions. And new debt sources are filling the capital gap, which should help boost deal-making activity going forward.

Economic Trends  |  Market Trends  |  NIC MAP Vision  |  Seniors Housing

3Q2021 NIC Analytics Demand Pulse Metric

By: Beth Mace and Omar Zahraoui  |  December 22, 2021

This blog features the NIC Analytics Demand Pulse Metric (DPM) for third quarter 2021 (3Q2021), a measure that examines senior housing demand (occupied units) for the NIC MAP® 31 Primary Markets and provides a window into the strength of a market based on occupied stock trends. The demand pulse metric pinpoints when 3Q2021 demand levels were last seen before the pandemic began to influence the senior housing sector in 1Q2020 and tracks demand growth and progress across the 31 Primary Markets.

Economic Trends  |  Workforce

Disappointing Gain in November Employment Report: Jobs Up by 210,000

By: Beth Mace  |  December 03, 2021

The Labor Department reported that nonfarm payrolls rose by 210,000 in November 2021. The consensus had been for an increase of 550,000. This was a sharp slowdown from October when jobs increased by 546,000 (originally reported as 531,000) and from September when jobs grew by an upwardly revised 379,000 (originally reported as 312,000).

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