CCRCs: Looking To Grow…Or At Least Consolidate

Recorded Thursday, July 24, 2014, at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern)

The economy is trending upwards, occupancy is stabilizing as the housing market rebounds, and demographics going forward couldn’t be better for the industry. CCRC operators are again thinking about growth—typically adding a memory care wing, merging with a like-minded organization, or affiliating with an outside agency or business: home health, hospice, pharmacy, adult day care, you name it. Times have changed, consumers are changing, and CCRC operators are changing, too.



DATE: Recorded Thursday, July 24, 2014
TIME: Whenever it's convenient for you. A recording will be made available in your membership account.
PLACE: Your office either online or by telephone
COST: Buy now for $193
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REGISTER TODAY for this unique webinar and learn the future of CCRCs from our panel of leading industry experts — without ever having to leave your desk:

What are they buying? Who are their partners?
Did the recession create demand? And does geography matter?
How are they financing their deals?
How are resident contracts affected? Will pricing change?
PLUS...your chance to ask our panel of experts any questions about CCRCs.



Panel of Experts:

Susan Brecht
Susan B. Brecht, President of Brecht Associates, Inc., has nearly thirty years of experience in providing consulting services to the retirement housing industry. She has been responsible for conducting studies and assisting clients in the planning and development of retirement communities throughout the United States. With this background and experience Susan B. Brecht has had the opportunity to not only monitor the changing forces that have Read More
President, Brecht Associates, Inc.
Dan Cinelli
Daniel Cinelli, FAIA has worked with more than 100 national senior living not-for-profit organizations, sponsors, and associa¬tions and has become a true visionary in the field. He leverages his 30 years of expe¬rience to facilitate his clients’ strategic thinking. He has been a speaker, collaborator, strategic partner, and advisor to Leading Age and 15 other not-for-profit state associ¬ations since 1982. He is a frequent Read More
Principal and Director, Perkins Eastman
Stuart Jackson
Stuart Jackson’s responsibilities include planning and financial structuring of senior living projects and implementation of Greystone financing programs. He also has responsibility for coordinating Business Plan, Development Plan and Strategic Plan preparation, and works with project finance teams to coordinate financing activities. Before joining Greystone in 1999, Stuart was with Arthur Andersen, LLP, providing accounting and financial Read More
First Vice President, Greystone
Lisa McCracken, Senior Vice President, Senior Living Finance Research & Developm
Lisa McCracken joined the senior living team at Ziegler in July 2013. As a senior vice president of senior living research and development, her primary focus is concentrated on conducting market research and trend analyses for educative purposes in the form of presentation modules, newsletters, and research publications. In addition to providing support to several senior living bankers, she also facilitates the Ziegler CFO Hotline℠, an Read More
Senior Vice President, Senior Living Finance Research & Development, Ziegler
Thomas Meyers, Managing Director, Ziegler
Thomas Meyers joined the senior living team at Ziegler in 1996. He manages a portion of Ziegler’s midwest senior living practice. In addition, he is responsible for managing the Chicago based senior living analytical team. He has considerable experience in structuring rated, unrated, and credit enhanced financings for Ziegler’s multi-facility and single-site senior living clients. Transaction experience includes bond financings for Read More
Managing Director, Ziegler