Senior Housing Finance Activity: Ensign, CareTrust

The Ensign Group Announces $250 Million Revolving Credit Facility The Ensign Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENSG), which is based in Mission Viejo, California, announced that Ensign and its operating subsidiaries have boosted its revolving credit facility by $100 million to an aggregate of $250 million, $105 million of which was drawn as of Feb. 1. The credit […]

Top Senior Housing Investment Opportunities

The seniors housing sector remains hot, and following robust transaction activity in 2015, investors are identifying and pursuing the asset classes they deem top opportunities in the current market. CBRE, Inc., the world’s largest commercial real estate services firm, today released its Investor Survey & Market Outlook for Seniors Housing & Care, revealing that 2015 […]

Senior Housing Finance Activity: Lancaster Pollard, Grandbridge

Lancaster Pollard Arranges $1.8 million Bridge Loan for Nevada Assisted Living Community Lancaster Pollard, a financial advice and financing solutions company, has arranged a $1.8 million bridge loan for Reno Valley Assisted Living & Retirement Center, a 118-unit assisted living community in Reno, Nevada. Acquired in 2013, the community has undergone a turnaround process, and […]

Senior Housing Finance Activity: Health Care REIT, CBRE

Health Care REIT Purchases $56.7 Million Fort Collins Complex  Health Care REIT (NYSE: HCN) purchased a senior living complex in southeast Fort Collins, Colorado for $56,740,000. The Ohio-based REIT bought the property, MacKenzie Place on Aug. 31, marking its eighth senior housing purchase in Colorado. The property is located at 4750 Pleasant Oak Drive and […]

Moving the Needle: REITs Adapt to New Senior Housing Era

Senior housing and care has attracted a growing amount of interest among investors who are are eager to capitalize on the industry’s favorable market fundamentals. Some of the top investors, health care real estate investment trusts (REITs), have been players in the space for years — but their growth strategies may soon be changing. With […]

Most Read: CCRC Settles Legal Backlash, Brookdale Bets Big on New Services

In case you missed it, here are the top stories grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week: CCRC Settles Legal Backlash for Segregated Dining Room—A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Virginia agreed to pay a federal settlement and civil penalty to resolve charges that it discriminated against residents by creating segregated dining rooms […]

Senior Housing Finance Activity: Love Funding, CNL Healthcare Properties

Love Funding Secures $13.6M Refinancing For Calif. Affordable Senior Housing  Love Funding closed a $13.6 million refinancing loan for Sunset Normandie Towers, a 148-unit Section 8 senior living facility in Los Angeles, Calif. The financing was secured by Senior Director Artin Anvar of Love Funding’s Washington, D.C. office through the U.S. Department of Housing and […]

Why Now is the Time to Seize Senior Housing Opportunities in Canada

Like the United States, Canada’s senior housing market is in full swing — good news for many of the U.S.-based senior housing organizations that have looked to our northern neighbor for acquiring assets and conducting market analysis.  Still, matching supply and demand in advance of the expected surge of aging baby boomers will be a major challenge […]

Most Read: What Senior Housing Bubble?

In case you missed them… here are the top headlines grabbing SHN readers’ attention this week:  What Bubble? Senior Housing Finds Its Sweet Spot—While many have speculated that recent senior living deals and developments could signal a new “bubble,” recent findings by CBRE show demand still far outpacing supply. Senior living, rather, is just hitting […]