An experienced private investment group acquired a portfolio of six skilled nursing facilities thanks to bridge financing at 90% loan-to-cost. Totaling $51.9 million, the three-year loan was originated by Jonathan Kutner and Eli Kutner of Harborview Capital Partners, and negotiated by Robert Kellerman. The acquired facilities combine for 678 beds and are located throughout California.
Despite the backlog caused by the government shutdown earlier this year, Harborview Capital Partners’ HUD pipeline has been particularly active lately, totaling over $46 million in two March transactions. The larger transaction featured a $23.9 million loan closed on behalf of a brand-new 180-bed skilled nursing facility in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The team then […]
The Buffalo, New York-based owner of two assisted living communities in Ohio decided it was time to retire and hired Eli Kutner and Avi Begun of Harborview Capital Partners to negotiate a successful exit. Located down Lake Erie in the Cleveland area, the communities total 250 units and 264 beds, including some memory care units. […]
On September 27, our Editor Steve Monroe and a panel of experts that included Ryan Chase of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors, Eli Kutner of Harborview Capital Partners and Stefan Oh of American Healthcare Investors, debated an important question: is the skilled nursing market approaching a bottom? And if it is, how do we value […]
Harborview Capital Partners arranged a $196 million HUD refinance for a portfolio of 13 skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities. Comprising 1,700 licensed beds, the portfolio is owned by a large regional operator. To replace the existing short-term debt, Ephraim and Jonathan Kutner of Harborview arranged multiple loans with 30 and 35-year terms, adding […]
Harborview Capital Partners is back in the news, working on behalf of a Tennessee-based borrower to refinance its assisted living community in Putnam County, Tennessee. Avi Begun of Harborview originated a $6.34 million HUD loan, with a 35-year term, and took advantage of an early rate lock to generate savings for the community.
Four skilled nursing facilities in Texas recently refinanced their debt with the help of Avi Begun and David Nussbaum of Harborview Capital Partners. Mr. Begun and Mr. Nussbaum arranged a $14.2 million bridge-to-HUD loan with a competitive LIBOR-based rate and three-year term. The portfolio features 472 total beds.
Harborview Capital Partners has been in the business of financing large acquisitions of senior care properties lately. Just last month, the firm arranged the sale and $37.4 million in HUD financing for a senior living portfolio in Arizona, and then days later, Harborview also sold a skilled nursing portfolio in Ohio and arranged a $20.7 […]
Eli Kutner, Senior Originator at Harborview Capital Partners, recently arranged a $36.3 million bridge loan to finance the purchase of two skilled nursing facilities in Nashville, Tennessee. Including both a senior acquisition loan, capex loans and an A/R line of credit, the financing features 12 months of interest only and partial recourse at 85% loan-to-cost. […]
Harborview Capital Partners brought in SunTrust Bank to help refinance a portfolio of 19 senior living communities,