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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 1Q 2015
Seniors
Housing
Nursing
Care
Occupancy (%) 90.2 88.5
Annual Rent Growth (%) 2.4 2.5
Annual Absorption (%) 2.4 -0.2
Annual Inventory Growth (%) 1.8 -0.3
Construction vs. Inventory (%) 3.9 0.6
Starts vs. Inventory* (%) 2.5 0.4
* Rolling 4-Quarter
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NIC MAP® Data Service is Exhibiting at ALFA 2015: The Senior Living Executive Conference in Tampa, FL
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Investment Focused Networking Sessions to Debut at the NIC 2015 Forum
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National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) Announce Participation in Aging2.0’s Leaders Circle, Invitation-Only Corporate Partner Program
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Quarterly Data Press Releases
Seniors Housing Occupancy Declines in First Quarter Due to Weak Absorption and Moderate Increase in Inventory
Seniors Housing Occupancy Continues Recovery, Rent Growth Steady, and Initial Construction Level Shows Marginal Decrease
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