The Seniors Housing Sector is Maturing

By Beth Burnham Mace 

The seniors housing sector that we know today largely started in the 1980s and 1990s. It grew out of the need for housing and care for seniors whose adult daughters were joining the workforce at a rapid rate and could not be home to take care of their aging parents. In the years since then, the sector has more fully emerged and matured, and today it has become a more institutionally-accepted asset type in which to invest.

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