“The future ain’t what it used to be” said Yogi Berra, you can’t predict the future from the past was the opinion of political theorist Edmund Burke while Bill Clinton said the future “is an opportunity”.
Undaunted by all these observations Jon Chapman, Director of Pinders, will be examining future prospect for values in the many different market sectors covered at the annual Henry Stewart conference on ‘Latest Thinking, Developments and Values in the Nursing Homes, Care Homes and Assisted Living Markets’* on 29 February.
Chapman will be identifying what decides if a business or property is good, bad, ugly or, in extremis, has no value at all. He will present how values vary across the regions and present case studies to illustrate his conclusions. But most important of all he will lay out his views on what the future holds and what to do to survive and thrive.
“Accurately predicting demand and levels of operational costs, separating out the value of the business from the value of the property and, frequently, understanding alternative use values are at the heart of ensuring how to realise an investment at the best possible price” he will say.
With 12 other leading experts addressing subjects from ‘Demand – from where and for what?’, ‘Implications of Government actions for values’, ‘New developments – what and where is viable’, ‘Availability and terms of finance’, ‘Current thinking on lease structures and terms’ and ‘Opportunities in the special needs sector’ to ‘Latest thinking on trends in Assisted Living offerings ’Chapman is clearly in good company.
*The Henry Stewart ‘Latest Thinking, Developments and Values in the Nursing Homes, Care Homes and Assisted Living Markets’ takes place on Wednesday 29 February 2012 at the Mayfair Conference Centre, London W2. For details go to www.henrystewartconferences.com/nursinghomes/
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