Serena Senior Care Announces New Consulting Services for Development of Senior Living Projects In Mexico

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Services will provide investors access to industry leaders from the US in Mexico for the successful development of Senior Living and Care projects. Serena Senior Care announces new consulting services for new Senior Living developments in Mexico. Depending on the engagement, and where appropriate, Serena will team with REES Associates, Inc. and Moore Diversified Services, Inc. The new services are focused on providing strategic advice to investors looking to serve the growing Senior Living market in Mexico, considering that an estimated 1.1 million US retirees live there today, and that in the next 15 years it will grow up to 10 million.

The new consulting services in Mexico will provide advice to real-estate investors on how to develop Continuing Care Retirement Communities, Independent and Assisted Living, Dementia Care, and Nursing Care facilities in Mexico. Services include site analysis, market research, market feasibility, business plan development, architectural planning and design, project management, identifying and negotiating financing sources, and "Turn Key" Start-Up services.

Mexico is considered the number one retirement destination for the second year in a row according to "International Living Magazine". New communities in Mexico are developing specialized services and infrastructure for retirees such as San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Chapala, Jalisco and Rosarito/Ensenada, Baja California. One of the key elements contributing to the growth of retirement communities is the excellent health care at affordable prices offered in Mexico.

As Mexican and International investors are in the planning phases to take advantage of this growing trend, the Serena Senior Care team and where appropriate together with Rees Associates and Moore Diversified Services, have structured a unique package of consulting services that will help developers understand the opportunities and challenges associated with Senior Living communities. "This is a new industry in Mexico," explained Flavio Olivieri, CEO of Serena Senior Care, "Resort and Housing developers are interested in this new market, and are eager to learn how to design, market and operate successful projects; our consulting program will provide them with the tools to be successful".

The new consulting services offer a unique combination of skills and knowledge base. Serena Senior Care is a leading Assisted Living services operator in Mexico, with headquarters in Rosarito, Baja California. Serena's top executives have each over 15 years of consulting experience in developing new projects in Mexico. For selected engagements, our teaming partners will be Moore Diversified Services, a leading consulting firm in the U.S., with 35 years of track record, and thousands of projects in the Senior Care field, headed by Jim Moore author of several books on the subject and Rees Associates, Inc. a leading architecture, planning and interior design firm with over 33 years of experience including 7,350 assignments in 42 states and 35 foreign countries. REES is headquartered in Oklahoma and is considered a leading firm in the healthcare and Senior Living fields, with more than 700 Senior Living projects designed.

On appropriate engagements, the combined consulting capabilities of Serena Senior Care and its associates REES Associates, Inc. and Moore Diversified Services, will facilitate the success of new projects in the Assisted Living field. Serena's unique experience in providing Assisted Living services in Mexico as well as knowledge of the business practices of the Country, together with the unparallel experience of Jim Moore and the distinguished skills of REES in architecture and design, truly offer investors the tools for success.

To find out more about these consulting services contact Serena Senior Care at info (at) serenaseniorcare (dot) com or by phone 1-877-606-0022. Also you may visit their website at http://www.serenaseniorcare.com.

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