Thursday, April 16, 2020 | 1:00pm EST – POSTPONED

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Developers and investors are scrambling to figure out what will serve the baby boomer population before they may require, or want, the services provided in independent and assisted living communities. The problem that may plague the industry is that at least 50% or more of the boomers will not be able to afford what has been built for them. And, many of these baby boomers may want a new living environment, but not with all the bells and whistles you find in seniors housing today. They also may not want to pay for services they don’t yet require. The Active Adult market, also know as the 55+ Market, may provide many solutions to what some people believe is a market void for these “gap” elders, between the age of 65 and 80.

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In this webinar, discover:

  • What is new in the Active Adult market
  • Where these Active Adult communities are being built
  • How the rental prices compare with full service independent living communities
  • Whether the cost to build is that much lower than full-service IL communities
  • Who the lenders are and what are their lending criteria

The Active Adult market may become the fastest growing component of the seniors housing spectrum in the 2020s. And with no CON requirements, they can be built anywhere. Since no one is predicting a change in the labor shortage confronting the seniors housing sector, will Active Adult communities, with limited need for staff, really provide a cheaper alternative and avoid that risk? Join us to find out.

Panelists:

Steve Monroe, Managing Editor, The SeniorCare Investor (moderator)

More panelists to be announced.

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