Grandbridge Arranges $11.2M in Seniors Housing Loan Modifications

SEATTLE and GAITHERSBURG, Md. — Grandbridge Real Estate Capital arranged $11.2 million in financing across three modification loans. Artin Anvar arranged the interest rate reduction (IRR) modifications through HUD’s IRR program. The first transaction, totaling $984,721, was secured by Hilltop

Capital Stack Shifts

Seniors housing lending isn’t dormant, but lenders and borrowers alike rethink their strategies as the pandemic continues. By Jeff Shaw The COVID-19 pandemic has been a shock to the entire seniors housing industry at every level, and capital providers in

Lender Q&A: Lenders Adapt to Tough Times

Although the pandemic tested the systems, many lenders actually provided more capital in 2020 than in previous years. Roundtable Participants: Mike Taylor, Senior Vice President, Head of Healthcare & Capital Markets, First Midwest Bank Sarah Duggan, Senior Director, Seniors Housing

Debt-Financing Trends Encouraging for Borrowers

By Matt Valley With mass vaccination efforts in the fight against COVID-19 well underway across the country and the economic clouds beginning to lift, the lending outlook for seniors housing has brightened considerably in recent months, say industry professionals. “If

Locust Point Capital Closes $428M Seniors Housing Debt Fund

RED BANK, N.J. — Locust Point Capital has closed Locust Point Seniors Housing Debt Fund II, the firm’s second fund focused on its direct lending strategy to the seniors housing and care sector. The Red Bank-based firm launched its $312