Your Input Needed: 2019 State of Seniors Housing Survey

To help provide a representative picture of the current state of senior housing, your input is needed for the annual State of Seniors Housing. All organizations that complete surveys will receive a complimentary copy of The State of Seniors Housing 2019, which compiles the survey results for comparisons to your own operations.  

The survey captures and widely-disseminates financial performance data for seniors housing communities. The quality of our industry’s data relates directly to the size and composition of this sample. For the last few years, 1,500 to 2,200 properties have contributed data to the survey. As always, the State of Seniors Housing data will be handled with complete confidentiality and the results presented only in the aggregate.    

Properties Eligible for Inclusion in Survey

  • For-profit or not-for-profit communities
  • Communities where the majority of units provide Independent Living, including Active Adult
  • Communities where the majority of units provide Assisted Living services
  • Communities where the majority of units provide Memory Care
  • Life Plan Communities/Continuing care retirement communities

Note: Please do not complete surveys for properties where rates are subsidized, such as Sec. 202 elderly housing.

How to Participate

Forward this survey to the appropriate individual in your organization. Submit completed surveys to by Monday, March 18. Questions should be directed to Colleen at (941) 363-7502 or at her email address noted above.

For owners or managers of multiple properties, submit data for as many of your properties as is practical. Overall results will be adjusted so large portfolios are neither over-represented nor under-represented.   

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