SENIOR HOUSING - Executive Summary Senior Housing Report Belgium - Winter 2021

Long-term income underpinned by favourable demographics

December 15, 2021

The average age of residents in care homes is currently above 80 years. By 2050, more than 1.2 million Belgians will be in that age cohort, nearly doubling the current number. The ageing population will increase the demand for senior housing, which in turn will provide opportunities for investors.

Institutional investors looking at this asset class in Belgium include national and international market players who are attracted by the stable long-term income yielding market. The sector itself is diversifying with future demand spread over a myriad of forms of care, which will entail a variety of senior housing types and operators. In-depth market knowledge across the different senior housing types and the regional settings is, therefore, essential to ensure long-term income.


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