Within the last 15 years, seniors housing went from being a small property niche to one of the key secondary property types in commercial real estate. The primary driver of this change has been the major demographic shift that is taking place in the U.S., where a marked increase in the number of residents over the age of 65 will occur over the next decade. In this column, we will use newly introduced seniors housing data from Reis to take a look at the current state of th
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