Senior Housing Occupancy Flat, New Construction Slows

Senior housing occupancy remains flat and new construction has slowed, according to a new report released last week by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC). 

The report shows an occupancy rate of 88.1% for independent living and assisted living – that’s a slight increase (0.1%) from third quarter 2018. The report also indicates there is a slowing in new construction for assisted living that could translate to slower inventory growth.

To read more, see NIC-Senior Housing Occupancy in Senior Housing News.

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