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Articles about Senior Housing


Residential | May 2019 
Condo-Financing Rule Delay Has Been Detrimental
For mortgage originators, closing more loans is tough enough given the competition, lenders creating their own direct-to-homebuyer divisions and rising interest rates. Add to the list of troubles a cu...
By Chris Gardner, founder, FHAPros

Commercial | March 2018 
Senior Housing’s Fruitful Appeal
Imagine coming home to a spacious, open living space equipped with marble countertops, hardwood floors and an in-unit washer and dryer. Outside your front door are expansive common spaces filled with ...
By Trace Wilson, director, PGIM Real Estate Finance

Commercial | March 2018 
HUD 232 Could Make Your Day
There are about 75 million people in the baby-boomer generation and about 3 million of them will reach retirement age each year for the next two decades. Many may eventually end up in a senior-housing...
By KC Peterson, vice president, Hunt Mortgage Group

Commercial | January 2018 
A Tale of Two Financing Deals
Following is a tale of two commercial real estate deals, one that was successful at securing financing and one that was not. Understanding the dynamics of each is instructive for commercial ...
By Clark Briner, founder and CEO, Revere Capital

Commercial | November 2017 
Find the Right Audience for Senior-Housing Deals
Entering fourth-quarter 2017, the senior-housing and care industry remained active. This sector is comprised of independent and assisted living, memory care, nursing care, or any combination of these ...
By Bennett Johnson, vice president and practice leader, CBRE

Commercial | February 2016 
Senior Housing Is Showing Its Mettle
With shortages developing in some cities, senior-housing properties remain a strong multifamily market nationwide. Strong demand is in the long-term forecast for the sector, too, as baby boomers put o...
By Beth Burnham Mace, chief economist and director, capital-markets outreach

Commercial | March 2004 
The Sleeping Beauty That is the Senior Housing Industry
Financing the purchase or refinance of Senior Housing real estate facilities has been a difficult process for the last several years.  A few of the reasons why this occurred are as follows: Senio...
By Paul S. Horvitz, President, Dominion Healthcare Financial Corporation

Commercial | April 2005 
Senior Housing Plays Catch-up as U.S. Ages in Place
few decades to accommodate one or two care options — such as independent living, congregate care or skilled nursing — is fast becoming outdated. More-sophisticated older adults and their ...
By Carl E. Rowe, Pharm. D., president, Integrated Care Communities; and Michelle A. Rainer, principal consultant, FutureShift into the Next Generations

Commercial | July 2009 
The credit-market collapse has left mortgage brokers, real estate owners and property developers with few financing options. Funding for most commercial property types is now primarily limited to loca...
By Jonathan Camps, senior vice president and managing director of production, Love Funding

Commercial | December 2014 
News Roundup

By Neal McNamara, chief reporter, Scotsman Guide Media

Commercial | November 2014 
Property TypeCast
Senior housing has blossomed from a niche commercial real estate sector to one of the major secondary property types in the industry. Reis covers the senior housing sector in 57 U.S. markets and 184...
By Victor Calanog, chief economist and senior vice president for research, Reis Inc.; and Brad Doremus, senior analyst, Reis’ economics department; and Ryan Severino, senior economist, Reis Inc.

Commercial | September 2014 
Aging Boomers Drive Senior-Housing Demand
Thanks to the aging baby boomer generation (people born between 1946 and 1964), an estimated 10,000 Americans are turning 65 years old every day for potentially the next two decades. This aging demo...
By Rick Tobin, real estate financier, First Financial Bancorp

Commercial | January 2009 
From the Editor
Just days after BusinessWeek named a Chicago suburb its top place to raise a child, the Chicago Tribune ran an article positing the area's newest strategy for coddling its kids. Ban 'em. ...
By Tony Stasiek, editor, Scotsman Guide Media

Commercial | September 2010 
Health Care Gets IT with HUD
Senior housing and health care  consistently fall short when it comes to information technology, or IT. But mortgage brokers can help clients remain competitive in this area by providing financin...
By Joshua S. Hausfeld , vice president of originations, Love Funding

Residential | January 2012 
Make Your Mark on the Reverse Market
Although they have been around since the 1980s, reverse mortgages recently have become more widely accepted as a way for seniors to convert home equity into cash. Mortgage brokers and originators unfa...
By Gerry Glavery, senior vice president, UHS America


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