Portfolio Sale in the Carolinas Receives Financing

Portfolio Sale in the Carolinas Receives Financing

LTC Properties has more than doubled its loan origination volume for the year with a unitranche loan provided to fund the purchase of 13 seniors housing communities in the Carolinas. The $52.5 million loan bears interest at 7.25% for a term of four years, with an IRR of 8%. It also provides for additional commitments of $6.1 million for capital improvements and $650,000 for working capital needs, bringing the total investment commitment to approximately $60 million.   We learned that Patrick Burke of Senior Living Investment Brokerage handled the portfolio sale. Totaling 523 units and 967 beds, the properties include a mix of independent living (2%), assisted... Read More »
Evans Senior Investments Facilitates SNF Sale in New Mexico

Evans Senior Investments Facilitates SNF Sale in New Mexico

Evans Senior Investments represented the seller of a 100-bed skilled nursing facility in New Mexico for an undisclosed amount. A Chicago-based skilled nursing facility owner bought the facility from a regional owner/operator based in Louisiana. The acquisition presented an opportunity for a new operator to grow its presence in New Mexico.  The facility, which was built in the late 1990s, is approximately 50 miles away from the nearest nursing home in New Mexico. Shortly before going to market, it experienced an outbreak of COVID-19, which led to the loss of over 25 residents and lowered occupancy to an all-time low of 46% (after averaging 93% in fiscal year 2019). However, census... Read More »
NewPoint Acquires HHC Finance’s HUD Businesses

NewPoint Acquires HHC Finance’s HUD Businesses

NewPoint Real Estate Capital LLC, a joint venture between Meridian Capital Group and Barings, announced that it has acquired certain assets of Housing & Healthcare Finance, including its FHA multifamily and healthcare origination business and its loan servicing portfolio. This deal augments NewPoint’s existing HUD lending services and also its healthcare and seniors housing financing capabilities. For HHC Finance, the firm gains the backing of NewPoint’s scale and its own range of services offered, now including a multifamily bridge lending program which was launched earlier this month to provide loans of $5 million to $50 million with... Read More »
Not-For-Profit Indiana Community Sells to For-Profit Owner

Not-For-Profit Indiana Community Sells to For-Profit Owner

A not-for-profit assisted living community in Georgetown, Indiana is set to sell to a for-profit owner at the end of this year. Few details were released, but we learned that Senior Living Investment Brokerage was involved in the sale. A New Jersey-based firm, with Joseph Glatzer serving as one of the principals, was revealed as the buyer.   The community opened in 2008 under the ownership of Providence Self Sufficiency Ministries, providing “small house” senior care services. Each 7,100-square-feet villa contains 10 private bedrooms, private bathrooms, a large living room with fireplace, an open kitchen and dining room, a therapeutic spa, a den, a patio/garden and a small office... Read More »
Operator Exits Texas Skilled Nursing Facility

Operator Exits Texas Skilled Nursing Facility

Senior Living Investment Brokerage’s Matthew Alley handled the sale of Retama Manor Nursing Home, a 142-bed SNF in Victoria, Texas. Built in 1969, the 29,510-square-foot facility sits on three acres and has a 50% occupancy. Its revenue came close to $4.7 million, which does not include additional QIPP revenue, but the facility was not profitable. A healthy bidding environment for the facility pushed the price above asking, or more than $25,000 per bed. The seller is an independent owner that had a lease in place with an operator that chose to exit when its agreement expires on December 31, 2021. The buyer is an owner/operator that will be taking over operations on January 1, 2022. The... Read More »
Capitol Seniors Housing Sells High-End Portfolio

Capitol Seniors Housing Sells High-End Portfolio

REITs and private equity firms were responsible for the largest transactions recorded in November, and most recently, an institutional private equity fund first spent approximately $250 million in cash on a portfolio of six seniors housing communities owned by Capitol Seniors Housing. Four of the communities, including three operated by Arbor Company and one by Chelsea Senior Living, were developed in the last few years in Maryland (2) and New Jersey (2). There was also a 92-unit assisted living/memory care community in Tampa, Florida acquired in 2015 (upon certificate of occupancy) for $20 million, or $217,400 per unit, and an 80-unit independent living community in Herndon, Virginia... Read More »