X-Caliber Capital Secures Bridge Loan in Keystone State

X-Caliber Capital Secures Bridge Loan in Keystone State

X-Caliber Capital helped fund the purchase of a large skilled nursing facility in Pennsylvania with an acquisition bridge loan closing. Located in Harrisburg, the facility has 400 beds and about 200,000 square feet. It was occupied in the low-90s at the time of the sale. The undisclosed buyer obtained the $45 million bridge loan, with a three-year term. That debt comes out to $112,500 per bed, putting the value of the facility surely above that. We know buyers put a premium on larger SNFs, since these properties can better scale the higher labor and care costs, but this facility must have been operating well. Read More »
X-Caliber Closes Four Financings

X-Caliber Closes Four Financings

The team at X-Caliber Capital has been putting in the hours lately, with three bridge loans and a HUD refinance to show for the hard work. First, the firm closed a $40 million bridge loan, with a three-year term, for an undisclosed borrower to acquire a 10-facility, 700-bed skilled nursing/assisted living portfolio in Illinois. Next, X-Caliber arranged $32 million in four-year financing to support the acquisition of seven assisted living/independent living communities in four states, with over 650 units across the portfolio. The third bridge loan totaled $1.6 million and came with a three-year term. That was also arranged for an acquisition, this time for a 39-unit assisted living... Read More »
X-Caliber’s Excellent First Year in Bridge Lending

X-Caliber’s Excellent First Year in Bridge Lending

After only being in operation since March, X-Caliber Capital’s bridge lending group had an impressive 2018, closing $250 million in healthcare and seniors housing financings. Those transactions included everything from acquisition financings and recapitalizations to value-add and cash-out refinances. Plus, the firm will look to bring all of these loans to HUD for a permanent take-out. X-Caliber also closed out 2018 strong with three transactions in the last 45 days, including a $32 million acquisition loan for a Connecticut skilled nursing portfolio. We’ll see what’s in store for 2019. Read More »