Special Report: Where’s the capital?


By John Mugford

Sure, the debt markets are in disarray, commercial and residential real estate values are in retraction, and investors with equity are not sure where to place it.

Even so, there is reason for optimism, such as the notion that people involved in capital markets usually find ways to remedy difficult times. Also, the current liquidity crisis and state of the capital markets is part of a necessary correction that will eventually morph into a market where capital will not only be more readily available, but be more sustainable as well.

Even so – again – these are trying times for those involved in the development, ownership and investment in the seniors housing market.

These were a few of the messages delivered by four capital market veterans who led a panel discussion at the annual conference of the National Investment Center (NIC) for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry.

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