Investment Opportunities

It is safe to say that the Senior market is growing at an explosive rate. There are 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 and 4000 turning 85 everyday in the US. Partner that with increasingly volatile and overpriced stock market the senior care market sounds more and more like a no brainer.

Up until recently everyday investors couldn’t invest directly into the senior market. These investments were limited to the ultra rich or owner operators. But now thanks to the JOBS act everyday individuals are able to invest in these great opportunities.

Benefits of investing with us
  • Returns not correlated to the stock market
  • Low or even no money out of pocket to invest
  • Qualified or IRA funds eligible
  • Great passive income potential
  • Earnings equal to or greater then those in the stock market without the volatility
senior housing vs other property types

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Five Reasons Why Senior Housing is Real-Estate’s Most Recession Proof Asset Class

  1. High Demand:

    The rate at which American Seniors are retiring is truly staggering. The number of Americans 65 and older will increase from 47.8 million in 2015 to 79.2 million by 2035, due to the emergence of Baby Boomers into the age of retirement. Such a vast increase only creates a greater demand for Senior Living Facilities.

  2. Low Supply: 

    As the elderly population grows, the rate of senior housing new construction is not keeping pace. Units under construction began a significant decline in 2008 and continued to fall through 2011 with only modest growth through 2014. When these two dynamics are married, the need that is left unaddressed is the growing market for newer and better facilities/communities tailored to emerging retirees.

  3. Baby Boomers:

    10,000 Baby Boomers turns 65 each day.

  4. Senior Housing:

    60,000 New Senior Housing Units required per year.

  5. Projected Demand: 

    175% increase per year in senior housing units is necessary to meet the projected demand.