Striking a balance on the home front can bring rewards for both parties

Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Investors looking for potentially stable and predictable income returns, coupled with the prospect of strong capital growth, are increasingly turning their attention to the buoyant and financially attractive care home sector. With changing demographics leading to a growing percentage of the population falling into the “golden years” category, the provision of long-term residential care is being pushed up government and social agendas and driving the provision of more care homes. While the growing imbalance between those in retirement and the younger, working generations has spawned a host of problems for society to address, it has also opened up lucrative investment opportunities for those interested in helping meet the specific needs of an increasingly top-heavy, ageing population. However, it is not always the most obvious investment strategy which yields the best results and a key challenge for newcomers to this sector is optimising their investment’s potential. Investors often choose to enter the se

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