Preparing Commercial Real Estate for the Baby Boomer Demographic Growth

MSF REAL ESTATE CAPITAL | September 20, 2016

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According to the U.S. Census Bureau and Analysis, the population of the United States will grow 11.55% over the next 15 years. While Millennials are changingtraditional working and living arrangements in the nation, the group to watch and to plan for is those over 65 years of age. The analysis shows that those over age 75 will be growing to represent 10% of the population and over age 65 will represent 20% by 2030. As the population of this age group builds to those levels in the coming years, the opportunity for commercial real estate growth to meet the needs of this age group builds as well.

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