Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 21, 2012
Clopton Capital is predicting a significant increase in assisted living financing in the next five years due to baby boomer induced demand. The firm believes that this is a positive factor for not only those who will face the task of constructing these facilities, but also those who will finance them. “We feel that a significant portion of our revenue in coming years well be from these types of projects and that our future is largely dependent on them,” said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital. The firm has allocated more resources in 2012 than ever before to marketing and providing access to assisted living facility financing to both contractors and other firms interested in providing assisted living facility financing who simply do not have access to it.
Clopton Capital's future plans for marketing assisted living facility financing involve registering a website specifically for marketing this service and engaging in other forms of traditional advertising to promote it. The firm believes quite firmly that due to undeniable sociological and economic circumstances this will become on of their chief forms of commercial financing in years to come. “There is no denying the existence of an aging America in which many people who are at the long term care or assisted living stage of their life exist. Many of these people have tremendous wealth and will not be living in the typical nursing home but in exceptionally luxurious senior facilities, which will yield significant long term profits for providers, significant profits for those who build these facilities and significant short term profits to those who provide the commercial financing for these facilities,” said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital.
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