Massive Baby Boomer Demand Is Fast Approaching
“We strive to reduce risk whenever and wherever possible. The sectors we operate within have shown both historical and future patterns of growth.”
Assisted Living is a needs-based, recession resilient asset class.
Assisted Living is a needs-based asset class that allows Cloud Capital to mitigate our risk in a financial downturn.
Often times it can be very frustrating for investors to know in the backs of their minds that, on a whim, the market can quickly cycle from bearish to bullish.
Overnight, what seemed like a great opportunity can become a headache at best, a nightmare at worst. This is one of the core reasons Cloud Capital seeks unique as well as “resilient” investment vehicles.
The vast differential between supply and demand translates to a 173% needed annual increase in senior housing units just to meet projected growth requirements. Let’s get going!
An Extraordinary Investment
Understanding Senior Living Subtypes
Senior Living Facilities can be broken into four primary subtypes. Although not limited to these subtypes, these are indeed the most common terms you’ll hear…
This is one of the least restrictive of the subtypes when it comes to required amenities and services. Independent Living Facilities are similar to communal style residential developments. Less medical needs, but with a high emphasis on lifestyle.
These subtypes are a slight step beyond independent living facilities in the sense that they require varying levels of medical care. As such, these facilities may be more expensive for residents, however CAP rates are extraordinarily strong within this subtype.
As the name implies, Memory Care caters to those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. This type of facility, while management intense can offer premiums that are much higher, resulting in increased profitability.
This subtype caters towards residents with more intense medical needs. This could be such issues as strokes, or neurodegenerative disease. While lucrative, this subtype can be management intensive.