KeyBank Refinances Western New York Properties

A couple of seniors housing communities in western New York received Freddie Mac financing courtesy of KeyBank Real Estate Capital. Carolyn Nazdin of the firm’s Healthcare Group arranged two fixed-rate loans with 15-year terms and five-year interest-only periods. The first, at $45.8 million, was secured by a 162-unit community in Orchard Park. Built in 1992 […]

Lancaster Pollard Keeps the HUD Closings Coming

Lancaster Pollard Mortgage Company just closed its 16th HUD financing since the government shutdown ended in January. They clearly did their leg work during the shutdown, as in the first three weeks following it, 16 of the 25 FHA 232 commitments issued by HUD went to Lancaster Pollard, for a total of $224 million in […]

Walker & Dunlop Finances Arcapita-Owned Assisted Living Communities

Just over three years since buying three assisted living communities in Colorado, Middle East-based alternative investment fund manager Arcapita is refinancing them with the help of the team of Stuart Wernick, Jeff Ringwald and Bill Jackson of Walker & Dunlop. Operated by MorningStar Senior Living since opening in 2013 and 2014, the communities were nearly […]

Greystone Refinances on the Jersey Shore

It was a team effort from Greystone to successfully close a Fannie Mae refinance of an assisted living community on the New Jersey Shore. Working on behalf of the borrower, Sage Healthcare Partners, Greystone’s DJ Elefant originated the $24 million loan, with Neal Raburn providing support in structuring, underwriting and closing the transaction. The 10-year […]

PGIM Refinances Kentucky Communities Through Fannie Mae

Christopher Fenton of PGIM Real Estate Finance originated the refinances of two Morning Pointe assisted living/memory care communities in Kentucky. This transaction comes just two years after both communities were built, so the market research clearly worked since occupancy has already cleared 90% at the two locations. There was a 60-unit AL/MC community in Danville, […]

Greystone Refinances SentosaCare’s Southampton SNF

Five years have passed since Greystone arranged a $54.5 million acquisition bridge loan for SentosaCare to purchase a 280-bed skilled nursing facility in Southampton, New York. That means it’s time for a refinance, which Fred Levine obliged by arranging a $58.8 million HUD loan with a 35-year term ($210,000 per bed). Located on nine acres […]