NIC MAP Vision Partners with Trepp to Streamline Access to Vital CMBS Financial Data Set

NIC MAP Vision, a leading provider of senior housing data and analytics, has partnered with financial analytics leader Trepp to democratize the senior housing industry’s access to the must-have CMBS financial data set.

Through their partnership, Trepp’s data adds depth to a platform that provides the most expansive demand and occupancy data for the senior housing industry in the United States. The NIC MAP Vision platform combines supply-and-demand data, while Trepp collects and maintains standardized loan, deal, and property-level financial data as part of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) disclosure process.

“We’re proud to work with Trepp’s team to streamline access to CMBS financial data across the senior housing industry,” said Arick Morton, CEO of NIC MAP Vision. “Combining the strength of our vast array of industry data with Trepp’s loan and property-level financial data will support investment decisions while democratizing access to this critical data set.”

Trepp’s CMBS financial data set is a must-have tool for the commercial real estate market. Previously, senior housing industry stakeholders faced a manual and expensive process to access CMBS data on senior housing properties. Through its partnership with Trepp, NIC MAP Vision will simplify access to data that is typically opaque, empowering senior housing industry stakeholders to make better-informed decisions with more confidence than ever.

“Our partnership with NIC MAP Vision is a valuable way to provide an advanced solution for the senior housing industry,” said Annemarie DiCola, CEO of Trepp.

This partnership will further support NIC MAP Vision’s mission of improving transparency and enhancing investment decision-making across the senior housing industry.  By expanding access to the CMBS financial data set beyond large institutional investors, this partnership ushers in a new era of data access and transparency for senior housing stakeholders.