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NORWALK, CT – July 2, 2014 – Irving Levin Associates, Inc. will be hosting an important webcast on Thursday, July 24, 2014, to discuss the changing interests of CCRCs. 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.

The moderator of the webcast, Susan Brecht, President of Brecht Associates, Inc., will pose topical questions such as: Why grow? What are CCRCs buying? Who are their partners? Did the recession create demand? Does geography matter? What’s the new (or next) “look”? How are they financing their deals? How are resident contracts affected?

Our hand-selected panel of experts will address these issues and others—and answer any pressing questions the audience wishes to submit. Our experts include: Dan Cinelli, Principal and Director, Perkins Eastman; Dan Hermann, Senior Managing Director-Head of Investment Banking, Ziegler; and Stuart Jackson, First Vice President, Greystone.

Founded in 1948, Irving Levin Associates, Inc. is the leading publisher of newsletters, reports, and online data on mergers and acquisitions in the seniors housing and health-care industries. Irving Levin Associates invites you to take part in this don’t-miss webcast.

“CCRCs: Looking To Grow…Or At Least Consolidate” is expected to generate a stimulating discussion. If you’re interested in this topic, then you won’t want to miss this interactive webcast on Thursday, July 24, at 1:00 pm ET.

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