Boomers Fret Over Cost, Proximity in Caring for Parents, Survey Finds

Some baby boomers are worrying about the financial costs of caring for their aging parents, and whether they’ll be able to live close to them as they age.

That’s one of the insights contained within a new survey commissioned by Capital Senior Living (NYSE: CSU) about baby boomers’ attitudes as they juggle taking care of their parents and living their own lives. The survey, which was conducted by market research company OnePoll, was sent to 2,000 baby boomers.


Senior Housing Outshines other Real Estate Classes for Developers

Senior housing is again considered one of the best bets for real estate investment and development for the year ahead. That’s according to the 40th annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI). Investors identified senior housing as the top prospect for both investment and development of Read more about Senior Housing Outshines other Real Estate Classes for Developers[…]

Silverado’s 5-year Growth Plan

Despite longstanding occupancy turbulence in the standalone memory care sector, one provider continues to chart future growth. Irvine, California-based memory care provider Silverado intends to add two hospice sites and between two and three memory care communities per year over the next five years, President and CEO Loren Shook told Senior Housing News. Silverado Charts Five-Year Plan to Expand Memory Read more about Silverado’s 5-year Growth Plan[…]

The changing face of retirement: Seniors changing housing needs

Trend forecasters rightfully focus on the housing needs of millennials when predicting the future of the U.S. real estate market. But the rising senior population, sometimes referred to as a “silver tsunami,” suggests baby boomers shouldn’t be written out of the story just yet.

More Seniors Communities Being Built Near Non-Traditional Places: Where Kids Live.

The senior housing market is changing with the times. For decades, retirement communities were far more likely to be built in warmer climates, so as to avoid uncomfortable and possibly dangerous winters for residents. But in recent years, the industry has seen a seismic shift to areas with more traditional population density, the New York Read more about More Seniors Communities Being Built Near Non-Traditional Places: Where Kids Live.[…]

What the Baby Boomer Wants

As baby boomers move out of suburban homes, many are flocking to multifamily rentals, especially high-end apartments in urban areas, according to Mark Culwell, managing director of multifamily development for privately held real estate services company Transwestern. “Everybody realized that the baby boomers were generating as much as 30% of the demand for multifamily products…which has been a little Read more about What the Baby Boomer Wants[…]

New Grosvenor Report-Silver Cities – Planning for the Aging Population

Silver cities – Planning for an ageing population The world is ageing, particularly in advanced economies. Over the next 30 years, we will see an extra 15,000 people reaching retirement age in the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member countries every single day.