• Christian Horizons is Restructuring

    Midwest Christian Villages, dba Christian Horizons, and its related companies filed voluntary petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Christian Horizons is one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit, faith-based organizations delivering skilled nursing, assisted and supportive living, independent living, and... Read More »
  • Berkadia’s Recent Sales and Financing Activity

    Berkadia was engaged by a publicly traded REIT in its divestment of an 85-unit assisted living/memory care community in Alpharetta, Georgia. The property, part of a three-property portfolio, was purchased by a regional owner/operator. The first two properties in the portfolio closed in May and comprise 146 assisted living/memory care units in... Read More »
  • Case Studies & Conversation at the 2nd Quarterly Investor Call

    The second edition of the Quarterly Investor Call, hosted by The SeniorCare Investor, scheduled for July 24th, is coming at a pivotal time in the seniors housing and care industry as the M&A market is on track to set a record for transaction activity in any given year, and by a healthy margin. It may shock some of you that we are witnessing... Read More »
  • Delaware SNF Secures Refinancing

    Capital Funding Group closed a $23.6 million bridge-to-HUD loan, which supported the refinancing of an existing bridge loan executed by CFG. The deal supported a 169-bed skilled nursing facility in Delaware. CFG closed the deal June 27, 2024, on behalf of a nationally recognized borrower. Andrew Jones originated the transaction. This financing... Read More »
  • 60 Seconds with Steve Monroe: Purposeful Living?

    My friend Bob Kramer likes to go on stage and talk about how seniors housing is about to get disrupted in a major way, and that if you don’t change, you will be “disrupted” out of business. Pretty harsh words, but he is most likely talking about the top 10% of the market, the market that most everyone likes to target. His point is that people are... Read More »
Has There Been Any Progress on Labor?

Has There Been Any Progress on Labor?

What has changed with labor in the senior care industry over the last two years? Back in October 2021, LevinPro LTC hosted a webinar discussing the senior care industry’s staffing shortages with CEO of Dwyer Workforce Development, Barb Clapp, and Steve LaForte of Cascadia Healthcare. Those interested in watching Finding It, Retention & Coping with Higher Wages can find the replay link here. Two years later, with the same panelists, Managing Editor Ben Swett hosted Has There Been Any Progress on Labor?, detailing the industry’s path towards labor stabilization, what has gone right, and what still needs to be done. Clapp and LaForte discuss how staffing issues have altered since 2021,... Read More »
The Rise of the Regional Operator

The Rise of the Regional Operator

The SeniorCare Investor’s Managing Editor, Ben Swett, sat down with Roddy and Michael Radnia of Brighton Care Group to discuss the company’s growth from six beds to 600, the lessons learned along the way, and how not to lose that local touch when operating as a larger, expanding company. Read More »
Financing for Seniors Housing and Care in 2023 and Beyond

Financing for Seniors Housing and Care in 2023 and Beyond

On April 20, 2023, The SeniorCare Investor’s Managing Editor Ben Swett and a panel of experts including Christopher Honn of NewPoint Real Estate Capital and Jack Boudler of Regions Bank discussed the current lending environment in a webinar called “Financing for Seniors Housing and Care in 2023 and Beyond.” Interest rates have shot up at a quicker pace than ever, a couple of large banks collapsed, the seniors housing and care industry has already seen some major defaults, and the debt market has certainly become less liquid in recent months. So, with all of these issues swirling, that made the timing of this discussion excellent. Watch the discussion here! Read More »