Author Bio

Jason Beakas

Jason Beakas is an assistant vice president at Lancaster Pollard where he leads all phases of the deal cycle from the point of engagement through underwriting and closing. Jason is primarily responsible for financial analysis, credit/risk analysis, and valuation of senior living, health care and multifamily housing properties. His experience encompasses a broad range of investment and mortgage banking products, such as tax-exempt bond offerings, private placements, acquisitions, and government insured loans. Additionally, he enhances the firm’s underwriting and analytics team by developing financial underwriting models, training material and due diligence processes. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Miami University (OH) and Masters of Business Administration in Finance from The Ohio State University – Fisher College of Business. He has obtained his FINRA Series 7 and 79 Certifications.

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Memory Care Development: Market Update and Financing Options

12/9/2017 Every 66 seconds, someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with dementia, the most common form being Alzheimer’s disease. As of July 1, 2017, there were an estimated 5.5 million Americans living with the disease according to the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC)Read More

Planning for the Unknown: Triple Aim

4/7/2016  “In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” This quote attributed to Dwight Eisenhower is good advice for strategizing in an environment where one knows that the conditions will change. Such is the case with the future of revenue for health care providers in America. Read More

Acquisitions, HUD Loans and the Transfer of Physical Assets Process

10/11/2015 Due largely to its attractive long-term and non-recourse features, approximately 1,650 senior living facilities have been financed through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)/Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA’s) Office of Healthcare Programs (OHP) since 2009. These facilities carry loans that have historically low interest rates that are fixed for up to 40 years from their funding date. Read More

Diverging Paths: Medicaid Expansion vs. Non-Expansion States

12/7/2014 When the Supreme Court ruled that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) was unconstitutionally coercive in June of 2012, it effectively created two paradigms of health care reform in the U.S.—reform in states that accepted the Medicaid expansion and reform in states that did not. A look at recent data helps illuminate which paradigm appears to be working better for hospitals. Read More

The Capital Issue: December 2014-January 2015

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