Capital Funding Secures Bridge Financing for Illinois Portfolio Acquisition

A portfolio of six skilled nursing facilities located throughout Illinois sold with the help of bridge financing secured by Capital Funding, LLC. Totaling 594 beds, these facilities are operated by Crown Healthcare, a family-owned company that owns and operates skilled nursing and senior living properties across five states, with its primary focus in the Ohio […]

Hats Off to Capital Funding

About three years after it acquired a 140-bed skilled nursing facility in Hatboro, Pennsylvania, Vita Healthcare Group decided to refinance the property with a HUD loan provided by Capital Funding. Craig Casagrande originated the $16.1 million mortgage, which takes out the original $13.36 million bridge loan and $1.5 million working capital loan provided by the […]

KeyBank Tops HUD Rankings

There’s a new king of the HUD 232 Lean program. KeyBank Real Estate Capital unseated long-time leader Lancaster Pollard (which had topped the list since 2010 in terms of dollar volume) after closing $812.7 million in loans in FY2018, a record for single-year volume in the program and up 144% from the firm’s FY2017 volume. […]

2017 HUD LEAN Rankings Are In

Total HUD LEAN loan volume hasn’t yet reached the heights of its FY2014, when the program closed over $4.2 billion in loans in 484 transactions, but it is getting there. In its FY2017, lenders closed just over $3.4 billion in 310 deals, up 20% from FY2016’s $2.84 billion volume (in 287 deals) and up 26% […]

HUD Rankings

We reported a few weeks ago that Lancaster Pollard was the most active HUD 232 LEAN lender with 60 transactions with a total value of $554.4 million, but KeyBank was close behind at 54 loans worth $521.8 million. In third place was Housing & Healthcare Finance with 28 deals and $355.9 million. HHC also closed […]

HUD’s top lenders

We will be profiling the top 10 HUD LEAN lenders in the coming issue of The SeniorCare Investor, but here is a little snapshot. We already mentioned last week that Lancaster Pollard finished well ahead of the pack, with 65 transactions totaling $531 million. Coming in second place, dollar-wise, was Housing & Healthcare Finance. The […]