Capital Financing for Nonprofit Seniors Housing and Care Providers
Lancaster Pollard recognizes the specific needs of nonprofit organizations. We understand the challenges associated with financing a nonprofit facility and strive to educate board members so the best decisions are made to support the organization’s mission.
Experienced, With a Wide Range of Financing Options
Our firm has considerable experience providing financial solutions for nonprofit organizations. Along with our platform of options, we can provide better access to affordable capital in any market conditions and better opportunities to match an appropriate finance strategy to meet your goals and objectives.
Knowledgeable and Experienced Client Teams
Lancaster Pollard client teams are able to recommend both macro-level organizational strategies and property-level finance structures designed to meet your objectives because they possess both a fundamental knowledge of nonprofit finance and specific knowledge of the capital markets, investment banking and government agency finance programs. Our professionals:
- Can develop an interest rate risk management plan as part of your overall financing structure.
- Will help you continuously monitor and improve your credit profile.
- Have access to every major funding option.
- Have the flexibility to multi-track those options.
Our Clinical Risk Group significantly enhances Lancaster Pollard’s ability to analyze and assess risk factors in senior care facilities and to pass that knowledge on to our clients. It also assists clients in developing business opportunities relating to improving managed care relationships, hospital referral patterns and reimbursement enhancement. The expertise and perspective of the Clinical Risk Group enables Lancaster Pollard to create best-in-class credit narratives and offering memoranda which demonstrate and convey the most thorough understanding of seniors housing and care in the industry. Our clients benefit from more efficient review processes that lead to better outcomes, whether the objective is closing a loan or preparing to acquire or divest an asset. The group works will also work collaboratively with our clients who have obtained debt to proactively address operational benchmarks identified as key success factors.
Lancaster Pollard’s senior leadership team members are active contributors on the Executive Committee on Healthcare Financing, a coalition of mortgage and investment bankers, financial advisors and law firms based in Washington, D.C., that focuses on the FHA Section 232 and 242 programs for healthcare and hospital facilities. The Committee works closely with senior FHA policy makers to discuss and shape critical FHA programs that provide access to low-cost capital for healthcare and hospital providers. In addition, Lancaster Pollard is a long-standing member of the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Section 232 Working Group.
Senior-Living Financing Resources for Nonprofit Providers