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Advancing the quality and availability of seniors housing and care options

For nearly 25 years, the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) has been committed to advancing the quality and availability of seniors housing and care options for America's elders — the demographic cohort of age 75-plus totaling 19.2 million and a sector with a market value of approximately $330 billion — through research, education and increased transparency that facilitate informed investment decisions, quality outcomes and leadership development in seniors housing and care.



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Market Fundamentals 3Q 2014
Seniors
Housing
Nursing
Care
Occupancy (%) 90.3 88.3
Annual Rent Growth (%) 2.3 2.8
Annual Absorption (%) 2.9 0.8
Annual Inventory Growth (%) 1.7 0.0
Construction vs. Inventory (%) 3.4 0.4
Starts vs. Inventory* (%) 2.1 0.3
* Rolling 4-Quarter
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The NIC Investment Guide, Third Edition, is Now Available
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Research Paper Examines Medication Management Services Offered in U.S. Residential Care Communities
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Ben Bernanke to Speak at 24th NIC National Conference
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Quarterly Data Press Releases
NIC Reports Rising Demand for Seniors Housing, Higher Asking Rates and a Marginal Decrease in the Construction Level
Seniors Housing Occupancy Continues on Upward Path, Rent Growth Accelerates and Construction Level Shows Marginal Decrease
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