NORWALK, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Irving Levin Associates, Inc. will host an important webinar—part of the Senior Living Business Interactive Webcast Series—on Thursday, December 11, 2014, at 1:00 PM ET. The webinar, sponsored by Lancaster Pollard, will address 2015 senior living financing strategies.
Senior living financing has stabilized, with capital generally available—at attractive interest rates—for refinancing purposes and for renovation and expansion projects. While new construction financing may be lagging behind, lenders continue to have an overall positive view of the industry.
A hand-selected panel of experts will discuss topical issues such as the market outlook for 2015, traditional debt and the impact of credit ratings, changes at HUD, Fannie, Freddie, alternative capital sources, and more. They will also answer any pressing questions that the audience chooses to submit.
The panel includes: Chris Blanda, Vice President, Lancaster Pollard; Eric Lindenauer, Director, Housing & Healthcare Finance, LLC; and Aron Will, Senior Vice President, CBRE Capital Markets. Len Lucas, Senior Director at Love Funding, will moderate the webinar.
The Senior Living Business Interactive Webcast Series is produced by Irving Levin Associates, Inc. Founded in 1948, Irving Levin Associates, Inc. is the leading publisher of newsletters, reports and online data on mergers and acquisitions in the seniors housing and health-care industries. Irving Levin Associates invites you to take part in this don’t-miss webcast to learn more about mobile health.
“2015 Senior Living Financing Strategies: HUD, Fannie/Freddie, RIDEA, And More” is expected to generate a stimulating discussion. If you’re interested in this fascinating topic, then you won’t want to miss the webinar on Thursday, December 11, at 1:00 pm ET, sponsored by Lancaster Pollard.
Please visit www.levinassociates.com/conferences/1412-online-conference or call 800-248-1668 for more information about this interactive webinar.
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