close

Great News-Pro Account Users can now add up to 60 second shorts to our portal-This is one great perk of becoming a Pro Account User!

watermark logo

The Deadly Monetization of Nursing Homes

163 Views· 03/08/24
socratesx
socratesx
4 Subscribers
4

With Ground News, you don’t need to break the bank to become financially literate. Go to https://ground.news/Howmoneyworks and subscribe for under $1/month or get 30% off unlimited access this month only.

Sign up for our FREE newsletter! - https://www.compoundeddaily.com/

-----

Our Other Channel: @HowHistoryWorks

Edited By:
Svibe Multimedia Studio
Editor: Silvio Rivero
Media Gatherer: Vicente Gutierrez

Music Courtesy of: Epidemic Sound

Select Footage Courtesy of: Getty Images

For sponsorship inquiries, please contact sponsors@worksmedia.group

Sign up for our newsletter https://compoundeddaily.com 👈

All materials in these videos are for educational purposes only and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. This video does not provide investment or financial advice of any kind.

#business #finance #privateequity
-----

There are institutions operating in America today that are responsible for over twenty THOUSAND [20,000] premature deaths all in the name of profit.

They make their money by housing vulnerable people in the custody and cutting costs wherever they can, often breaking the law in the process.

These might sound like for-profit prisons, but I am actually talking about… nursing homes, although maybe that’s no coincidence, because a lot of these places are owned and operated by the same people. If you are an investor with lots of cash and good connections aged living is an attractive business opportunity.

The aging population means that you will have an ever-growing number of customers.

Revenues can be sourced from insurance companies, individuals and the government AND once you have residents in your homes it’s unlikely that they will ever check out until… well… they check out…

According to research done by the National Bureau of Economic Research elderly Americans are also less financially literate which means they won’t know if they are getting a good deal or not.

The investment potential gets even better more of these businesses you own the more profitable you can make them because overheads like administration, sales and contracting can be shared across multiple locations. Consistent cash flows, a growing customer base and synergies at scale has made nursing homes one of the most targeted alternative asset classes in America.

Investors can now gain exposure to the aged care market through direct investment, private equity, and even exchange listed real estate investment trusts, that can be purchased by anybody with a robin hood account and ninety dollars [$90] BUT the reality of this business is razor thin margins, distorted incentive structures and a race to the bottom on quality and safety.

So it’s time to learn How Money Works to find out just how broken the aged care industry really is…

Show more
support center


 0 Comments sort   Sort By