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Robb Chapin

ORLANDO, FL—Even with a healthy dose of optimism within seniors housing, post-acute, and skilled nursing sectors, 2018 was filled with some challenges as new supply growth in seniors housing slowed down occupancies and the skilled nursing sector changed its reimbursement system. The year, however, ended with promising news as the industry continued to face levels of supply growth which exceeded absorption (occupied unit growth).


In 2019, seniors housing is now one of the most attractive segments in the U.S. commercial real estate market for several reasons starting with the unprecedented demographic “imperative affectionately described as the “Silver Tsunami” which are the 73 million plus baby boomers coursing through America,” says Robb Chapin, Chief Executive Officer-Seniors Housing and Medical Properties, Bridge Investment Group.


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