Senior Housing – a Recession Resistant Asset Class


This month, June 2019, marks a decade of U.S. economic growth; Tying the longest economic expansion period ever recorded in U.S. history.

While this may seem like an incredible achievement, history has shown that long periods without slumps often indicate longer recessions to follow. Furthermore, on March 22, 2019, the U.S. Treasury yield curve inverted. An inverted yield curve has preceded the past 7 U.S. economic recessions, with an average of 311 days from inversion to recession.

When it comes to senior housing investments, one of the biggest benefits is stability. As a recession-resistant asset class, the senior housing sector does not correlate strongly with any particular economic environment, nor does it heavily depend on a rising real estate market. This is a key reason the senior housing sector has consistently outperformed all other commercial real estate asset classes over the last 10 years and was the top performing sector during the Great Recession of 2007-2009.

Our Mission & Vision

Haven Senior Investments’ vision is to serve those who care for senior citizens and others in need of safe and nurturing housing.

Our mission is to serve the owners, operators, buyers, sellers, developers, and investors in the seniors housing and assisted living industry by offering a range of services to help them maximize their objectives and investment returns.

Our purpose is to glorify God by building profitable and sustainable businesses that advance His Kingdom and His children.

The Haven team brings a unique combination of finance, real estate, business development, operations, and healthcare experience to serve our varied senior housing clients. We operate on a team approach, which allows our clients to benefit from the experience and expertise of the whole Haven team. Our efforts are focused on the areas of independent living, assisted living, active adult, and communities that specialize in Alzheimer’s and memory care.

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