Japan Senior Living Investment Corporation

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Characteristics & Strategy

Portfolio Building Policy

Investment Policy

In order to maximize unitholder value through improvement of cash flow and asset value, JSL aims for a diversity of facility types, regions, sizes and operators in its investment in healthcare facilities, which are essential to the human life cycle.

Investment Targets

Senior living facilities70% or more
Fee-based homes for the elderly
(with nursing care)
Fee-based homes for the elderly (residential)
Fee-based homes for the elderly (health-type)
Serviced housing for the elderly
Other
Social infrastructure supporting elderly who wish to continue leading active, independent lives, those who desire support through care/medical partnerships as their physical functions decline and their families
Medical facilities30% or less
Hospitals
Clinics
Medical malls
Intermediate nursing homes
Other
Social infrastructure supporting those seeking a society that benefits efficiently from the very best medical care, from house-call doctors to advanced medicine

Portfolio Building Policy

Facility Type Diversity

Diversified investment in a variety of healthcare facilities based on factors such as the following:

  • - Diversity of purpose and services offered
  • - Diversity of living costs and usage fees
  • - Diversity of degree of social security
    dependence
Breakdown by Facility Type (by acquisition price)
Operator Diversity

Diversified investment in senior living facilities with a variety of operators

Breakdown by Operator (by acquisition price)
Location Diversity

At least 80% of investment in the three major metropolitan areas*1 and core cities, and some investment in other regions.

Breakdown by Area (by acquisition price)
Scale Diversity

Diversified investment in healthcare facilities of various sizes based on factors such as the following:

  • - Economy of facilities from an investment/operation management perspective
  • - Liquidity in the real estate market
Breakdown by Scale (by acquisition price)
*1
“Three major metropolitan areas” refers to the greater Tokyo area (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba and Saitama prefectures), the Osaka metropolitan area (Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo, Nara and Shiga prefectures) and the Nagoya area (Aichi, Mie and Gifu prefectures).
*2
Activa Biwa was succeeded to the status of operator from UNIMAT Retirement Community Co., Ltd. to Activa Co., Ltd. on April 1, 2017. (100% subsidiary of Resorttrust Inc.)