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Seniors housing improves the quality of life for an increasingly significant segment of the population. The number of people in the United States over sixty-five years of age is projected to double in the next thirty years, and the number of people aged eighty-five and over - the ones most in need of seniors housing - is projected to increase three-fold. The business implications of this demographic change are significant. This volume provides an introduction to seniors housing, and an industry analysis, with the ultimate goal of expediting needed investment. It provides information for industry analysts on product lines, complementary products, and substitute products. In addition, it examines buyers and their behavior; the growth potential of the industry; the growth patterns and determinants of growth; the economics of the different product types; and the market analysis techniques. Finally, an article on health care REITs and health care stocks investigates the performance of the larger players in the industry.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Funds - Investment - USA - economics - health care - quality of life - valuation
1. Primer on Key Issues in Seniors Housing; J. Benjamin, M.A. Anikeeff. 2. Overview of Seniors Housing; C.M. Sexton. 3. Value Influences Past, Present and Future; M.D. Roth, et al. 4. 1996 Acquisition Markets - Seniors Housing and Long Term Care Industries; Capital Valuation Group, American Seniors Housing Association. 5. The Evolution and Status of Seniors Housing Terminology: A Review and Analysis by Services, Product Types, and Political Jurisdictions; D. Scribner, Jr., J.A. Dalkowski, III. 6. Toward Standardizing Senior Housing Industry Definitions by Product Type; M.A. Anikeeff, G.R. Mueller. 7. Retirement Housing and Long-Term Health Care: Attitudes of the Elderly; K.M. Gibler, et al. 8. Adapting Demand Methodologies for Assisted Living Market Analysis; S.B. Brecht. 9. Seniors Housing Investment: How Pension Funds Can Obtain Superior Returns, Achieve Portfolio Diversification, and Provide for a Needed Housing Product; L.R. DuBrin. 10. Pensions and Seniors Housing; S. Roulac. 11. The Investment Case for Senior Living and Long-Term Care Properties in an Institutional Real Estate Portfolio; G.R. Mueller, S.P. Laposa. 12. Quantifying the Supply of Seniors Housing; M.A. Anikeeff, J. Novitzki. 13. Forecasting Seniors Housing Demand; R.H. Edelstein, A.J. Lacayo. 14. The Relationship Between Health Care REITs and Health Care Stocks; D.D. Terris, F.C.N. Myers.