Senior House Operations in Finland
Tyvimaa, Tanja & Gibler, Karen (2010) Senior House Operations in Finland. Seniors Housing and Care Journal, 18(1), pp. 77-90.
This article analyzes the operations of a sample of rental independent living senior apartments in Tampere, Finland. We compare 10 properties containing 421 units owned by one nonprofit and two for-profit housing providers. We examine costs and revenues across properties using data collected through interviews and a survey of company representatives and property managers. The results indicate that until the recent economic downturn, these senior houses generally experienced fast initial lease-up and low turnover but relatively long vacancies for some units when re-leasing. Performance varies among properties.
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