American Senior Housing Investment and Finance Conference

Dallas, Texas, United States
01/21/2015 11:00PM - 01/22/2015 4:00AM (EST)

The American Senior Housing Investment and Finance Conference hosted by Artisan Business Group Inc. is coming to Dallas, Texas on January 22nd, 2015. The all-day senior housing conference sponsored by Torres Law will focus on exploring and seeking alternative financing to fund and develop senior housing projects through EB-5 immigrant investors program. The EB-5 immigrant investor program was created in 1990 to encourage overseas investment into government-approved projects to help drive job creation within the US while providing opportunity for foreign nationals to become lawful permanent residents.
The American Senior Housing Investment and Finance Conference will focus on how to effectively develop projects under the EB-5 regional center program and through Chinese private equity firms to construct new independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing facilities throughout the United States. The one-day conference presented by Artisan Business Group will feature the most experienced EB-5 experts such as Brian Su of Artisan Business Group, Osvaldo F. Torres of Torres Law, Jeff Carmichael of Rockbridge Senior Living Communities, Kevin Wright of Wright Johnson and Eric Jacobsen of Seasons Management.
Alternative financing such as the EB-5 program and foreign private equity can assist senior housing developers to construct new projects to help catch up to the rising demand in the US. The US Health and Human Services Department estimates that nearly 70 percent of people who reach age 65 ultimately will need some form of long-term care. Baby boomers are dramatically affecting the demographics of the United States contributing to a larger and faster growing senior housing demand. By 2040, the aging baby boomers will push the population of 80 and over to 28 million, more than three times the number in 2000. This unprecedented growth has created a senior housing supply shortage and opportunity for senior housing and real estate developers across the country. Everything particpants need to learn about effectively developing projects under EB-5 regional center program and capital raising strategies for your senior housing projects in China, the largest EB-5 market with abundant investment capital will be presented on January 22nd, 2015.
"Senior housing projects have been the most attractive real estate projects in the Chinese market during the past 24 months. China is facing an even larger demographic shift than the US resulting in new awareness and opportunities in both countries. Chinese senior housing companies are looking to the west for knowledge on the operations and training of employees. There are tremendous opportunities for US companies to joint-venture and find partners in China to develop senior housing projects. EB-5 immigrant investors also love senior housing projects due to labor intensity and overall demand in the US market,” says Brian Su, founder of Artisan Business Group.
The American Senior Housing Investment and Finance Conference is designed to present the opportunities and knowledge needed for businesses to explore alternative financing through foreign partners such as China.
The conference will focus heavily on marketing US senior housing projects in Asia to find alternative financing. Marketing Expert Brian Su will speak in depth about the overseas EB-5 capital markets and the challenges faced when raising EB-5 financing. Osvaldo F. Torres one of the most experienced EB-5 securities attorneys, will discuss how to structure attractive and SEC compliant offering documents to recruit overseas investors. He will also discuss the foundation of the EB-5 program and how to structure attractive exit strategies. Economist Kevin Wright of Wright Johnson is one of the most renowned economists in the EB-5 industry and will present about the job requirements when utilizing EB-5 capital, with an example of how senior housing projects can maximize their job numbers. Wright Johnson has a highly successful track record of preparing the economic impact studies and supporting business plans required by the USCIS for approval of a Regional Center application. Eric Jacobsen of Seasons Management will present from a developer point of view and discuss his recent trip to China and the opportunities he foresees for US senior housing developers.
Artisan Business Group is a US-China Market Entry Consultant focusing on connecting professionals from both countries in accomplishing their business goals. Come learn the keys to success in the international capital markets and gain invaluable knowledge on using alternative financing to fund senior housing projects. The ultimate goal of the conference is to help boost your senior housing development and also learn how to develop an effective market entry strategy to recruit overseas partners to finance your projects.


The American Senior Housing Investment and Finance Conference hosted by Artisan Business Group Inc. is coming to Dallas, Texas on January 22nd, 2015.

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