• Q2 Senior Care M&A Falls To Seven-Year Low

    Well, we can’t say we aren’t surprised. COVID-19 and the economic ramifications stemming from social distancing and quarantine measures took a toll on seniors housing and care M&A, leaving the sector with just 59 publicly announced transactions in the second quarter. Back in early April, we said the second quarter’s deal total would... Read More »
  • Senior Living Investment Brokerage Announces Four Closings

    The floodgates opened at Senior Living Investment Brokerage. Just as we entered July, the firm announced four closings for three skilled nursing facilities and a memory care community. Jason Punzel, Brad Goodsell and Vince Viverito first represented a local owner/operator in their sale of a 59-unit memory care community in Springfield, Oregon... Read More »
  • Blueprint Handles Large Pacific Northwest Disposition

    Amy Sitzman, Dan Mahoney and Blake Bozett of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors handled the sale of eight small assisted living communities divided evenly between Washington and Oregon. News of the deal came out in June with two separate acquisition financing announcements from JD Stettin of Carnegie Capital, the first for the Oregon... Read More »
  • Returning Home To Assisted Living

    After being pulled out of her assisted living community because of the pandemic, a mother asks to return “home.” In the June issue of The SeniorCare Investor we wrote about how an industry professional lost the argument with his younger sister about moving their mother out of her assisted living community and into the sister’s home.... Read More »
  • Fairstead Acquires Another Section 8 Senior Apartment Community

    It’s been less than a month since Fairstead, a fully-integrated real estate firm focused on the development, acquisition and operation of affordable and mixed-income housing, purchased a 123-unit affordable senior apartment complex in Sunrise, Florida. But, the firm is doubling down on its strategy and acquired another complex in South Florida. ... Read More »
Contemporary Healthcare Capital’s Latest Mezz Closings

Contemporary Healthcare Capital’s Latest Mezz Closings

Contemporary Healthcare Capital (CHC) closed two more mezzanine financings, working with bank partners to round out the capital stacks in the two transactions. CHC first returned to Wenatchee, Washington, where it had originally closed a $6.8 million construction loan and a $1.35 million mezzanine loan in December 2014 to fund Regency Pacific Management’s development of a 55-bed skilled nursing facility. After opening in 2016, the time has now come to refinance, and CHC was tapped to provide a $2.4 million mezzanine loan. CoastalStates Bank of Hilton Head, South Carolina provided the senior portion of the total $8.4 million uni-tranche loan. Then, in Mesquite, Nevada, CHC closed a $2.5... Read More »
HUD, Fannie Mae and A Bank, Oh My!

HUD, Fannie Mae and A Bank, Oh My!

Spreading the love this month, Lancaster Pollard worked with HUD, Fannie Mae and a bank to close its latest three transactions. Quintin Harris led the way on the HUD deal, closing an $11.7 million refinance to replace short-term, floating-rate commercial bank debt on a 95-unit senior living community in St. Michael, Minnesota. Moving forward, the community’s owners, Tealwood Senior Living and its partners, will be able to invest in the physical plant and better serve its residents. On the Fannie Mae financing, Casey Moore arranged a 12-year loan for an 89-bed memory care community in Olympia, Washington. Originally built in 1996, the community had an existing 10-year Fannie Mae loan that... Read More »