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Opportunity Zones for Senior Housing Investors

Senior Housing Opportunity Zones For Investors A new investment opportunity is emerging in economically distressed communities, that could help middle- and lower-income seniors who need Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing facilities. There is a new tool that allows investors to reinvest their gains into low-income urban and rural communities designated as qualified opportunity […]



The Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) & How It Will Impact Skilled Nursing Operators

The Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) PDPM is the biggest change in reimbursement to take place in decades and skilled nursing facility operators must be prepared when it takes effect October 1, 2019. Patient-Driven Payment Model is a new classification system for skilled nursing facility patients who are in a Medicare Part A covered stay into […]



Spring NIC Conference 2019 Recap

Spring NIC Conference 2019 Recap The spring regional senior housing investors NIC conference was held this year from February 20th-22nd, 2019 in beautiful San Diego, CA. This location is one of our favorites for The JCH Group, as it’s just a short 2-hour drive from our corporate headquarters in Orange County, CA. Unfortunately, the conference […]



ASHA 2019 Annual Conference Recap

ASHA 2019 Annual Conference Recap The 2019 American Senior Housing Association (ASHA) held their annual meeting January 30 – February 1, 2019 at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. The Southern California, coastal location for the meeting couldn’t have come at a better time for those traveling from the Midwest and East Coast, […]



Assisted Living Waiver Program in California

Assisted Living Waiver Program in California Assisted Living waiver programs, which bring Medicaid reimbursement to the Assisted Living model, are common place in the majority of the states in the US.  Over the last ten years, California has been working towards implementing their own Medicaid program for Assisted Living facilities. What Is an Assisted Living […]



The National Senior Housing Market: 2018 review and 2019 outlook

The Senior Housing space experienced a very interesting year in 2018. While some product types within the asset class experienced some growing pains, the overall long-term outlook is very bullish. Senior Housing is divided into three major market segments: Independent Living (IL), Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), and Assisted Living Facilities (ALF). We will focus on […]



Senior Housing Lending 101

JCH was pleased to participate in a recent Q&A session with a well-known publication in the assisted living and skilled nursing sector. Here are the results of the session. What are the most basic, yet most essential financing terms and concepts most managers and other non-finance specialists should know, and why? In my opinion LTV, […]



Fall NIC 2018 Recap

Recap of NIC Fall 2018 This year, the National Investment Center held its annual conference in Chicago from October 17th to 19th. The NIC, a non-profit organization, aims to support access and choice for American seniors by providing data, analytics and connections that bring together investors and providers in the senior housing industry. The JCH […]



Invest with Good Operators in the Senior Housing Industry

Good Operators in the Senior Housing Industry For the past several years, the senior housing industry has experienced drastic changes. New product has flooded the marketplace from inexperienced players with a fresh supply of capital. Many seasoned investors are worried how the influx of new assets will affect the senior housing industry, and it has […]



Is the Senior Housing Industry Just Rent and EBITDA?

Is the Senior Housing Industry Just Rent and EBITDA? One of the largest evolutions in the senior housing industry is the sophistication of the financial model. The senior housing marketplace offers limitless opportunities for those seeking high return, senior housing investments. However, with the surge of fresh players entering the senior housing industry, it seems […]