Significant potential for institutional investors in senior care

The nursing home sector is growing in demand and will require proper policy and planning in the years ahead

20th June, 2021
Significant potential for institutional investors in senior care
Bray Primary Care Centre in Co Wicklow was completed during the first half of 2020

As the Irish real estate market continues to evolve, investors are watching occupiers’ needs closely to see where the patterns and demands are for all types of accommodation.

The asset classes are no longer restricted to the office/retail/industrial sectors, and one of the impacts of Covid-19 will be a focus by investors on what essential real estate is, and who paid the rent throughout 2020.

Over the last decade, we have seen strong...

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