Winners and Losers as Oregon's Population Ages
As investors flock to the red-hot elder-care market, long-term care bills loom for consumers and Medicaid.
July 9, 2018
Author, Lynne Terry
image
creating a strong economy
REAL ESTATE
Long-term care bills loom for consumers and Medicaid
img_05_18_Crater_Chain
Advertisement
img_1460519115_linkedin_circle_grayimg_1460519123_facebook_circle_grayimg_1460519130_twitter_circle_gray
SHARE
"Investor groups say Oregon’s high occupancy and penetration rates mean operators will find more success here than in some other states. According to NIC, Oregon’s assisted-living occupancy rate is 92%.“I personally like Oregon — it’s fiscally pretty sound,” says Elwell of 1031 Crowdfunding. “It’s got a great Medicaid reimbursement rate, and I don’t think it’s overbuilt. The occupancy is pretty high in the whole metropolitan area.”