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Assisted-Living Market Feasibility Studies

Our assisted-living studies provide a clear understanding of how the market will respond to your assisted-living community. 


Specifically, our studies will provide the following conclusions/recommendations:

  • Market support for assisted-living development based on projected fees using established capture factors among area age- and income-appropriate households
  • Total number of units that can be supported at the subject site
  • Rents
  • Unit mix
  • Unit amenities
  • Project amenities/services
  • Square footage
  • Marketing strategies
  • Projected absorption period

Supply/Demand Analysis

Our conclusions and recommendations are based on a supply/demand analysis of area elderly living facilities using established capture factors.


A 100% field survey of elderly living facilities and multifamily development (independent-living) within the Effective Market Area is conducted. 

Area congregate care, assisted-living, and nursing home facilities are surveyed to identify unit mix, rents/monthly fees, vacancies, year opened/converted, endowments (if applicable), unit amenities, project amenities/services, utilities, service charges/additional fees, refund policies and square footage.

Depending on the nature of the market area, apartments may present a base of more mobile elderly who can respond to elderly-targeted living options. The area apartment base may be surveyed to identify number of units, type of unit (garden/townhouse), unit mix, rent, vacancies, unit amenities, project amenities, project type (market-rate or government subsidized), utilities, year built/opened, Comparability Rating, and estimated elderly occupancy.

Demand Analysis 

Demand for additional assisted-living development is based on establishing appropriate capture factors using area demographic profiles based on the best available small area demographic, including available area disability rates. 

For more information on assisted-living  studies, please call us at (614) 221-9096 during business hours (8 am to 5 pm) Eastern US time.

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