In Touch with the State of the Industry
Along with participating in two of the industry’s most important publications every year, HealthTrust also contributes to research reports on topics immediately affecting the senior housing and healthcare real estate industry.
These periodicals include the annual “State of Seniors Housing” published jointly with the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA), the National Investment Center (NIC), and PricewaterhouseCoopers, and the annual “Senior Housing Investment Transaction” report also published with ASHA.
The premier research report on seniors housing operational performance includes data from over 65,000 units in 344 independent living communities, assisted living residences, and CCRCs. ASHA – Senior Housing Investment and Transaction Report (2002 – Present)
This report updates previous research and considers data from 564 seniors housing transactions that occurred between 1994 and 2004. Continuing Care Retirement Community 2005 Profile (2005)
This one-of-a-kind publication provides in depth statistical data on the CCRC industry; survey data from CCRCs throughout the United States. This publication is a collaboration from three organizations, sponsored by UBS Financial Services.
Prepared by HealthTrust, this report reviews cap rate theory, influences on cap rates, the history of seniors housing cap rates, and the apparent disconnect between interest rates and seniors housing cap rates.
ASHA plays an integral role in advocating on behalf of owners and managers who are committed to developing market-driven housing options, services, and amenities for seniors. The American Seniors Housing Association promotes policies favorable to the development and preservation of quality seniors housing by working closely with Congress, the Executive Branch, Federal Agencies, and state and local officials.
The work of LeadingAge is focused on advocacy, leadership development, and applied research and promotion of effective services, home health, hospice, community services, senior housing, assisted living residences, continuing care communities, nursing homes, as well as technology solutions, to seniors, children, and others with special needs.