Senior Housing Market Swells With Investment Potential
(NewsUSA) - America's elderly are one of the
fastest-growing segments of the population. As a group, senior citizens over age 85 are expected to
double between now and 2030. While people are wondering what Social Security will look like in the
coming years, senior housing is another rising concern.
Some families are in a position to
shelter older relatives, but those who don't have that option are looking at nursing homes or
assisted living facilities. Since assisted living is preferred five to one over nursing homes, it's
not too surprising that the market for new properties is expanding.
The demand for assisted
living facilties will continue to surge as the population ages. Plus, it's need-driven for elderly
folks who can't live alone due to certain conditions, like Alzheimers. It's this demand that makes
senior housing great for investment opportunities.
"Whenever we look at the rapidly aging
population in America and the lack of meaningful new construction, we realize how strong the
assisted living market will be for the next decade," says Gary Langendoen, senior managing director
of Madison Realty Companies. "The opportunity to expand assisted living properties by adding more
beds and to include memory care sections in properties provides significant value-added
opportunities to this asset class."
Currently, small regional operators own the majority
of stable assisted living establishments, or they're of the mom-and-pop variety. According to
Alexei Muniak of Xnergy Financial (www.xnergyfinancial.com), an investment banking firm
specializing in capital structuring for emerging-growth companies,
it's simple -- Madison Realty management sees a huge opportunity in assisted living real
Currently, Xnergy Financial is helping clients, like Madison Realty Companies, set
up the capital structure for success. If you're interested in learning more, visit www.madisonrealtycompanies.com or contact Gary
Langendoen at email@example.com. To learn more
about Xnergy Financial, visit