How Concierge-Style Condo Buildings Threaten Independent Living

Some independent living communities’ biggest competitors could soon become a condo building down the street.  That was among the insights shared during a Sept. 13 webinar hosted by Senior Housing News and sponsored by Arbor Realty Trust, a direct lender with 13 branches across the U.S.  In certain places, like Florida, senior living providers are competing with condo buildings for residents—and these condo buildings have some tricks up their sleeves to appeal to seniors.   Read the article……………


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