Capital Funding Group
Capital Funding Group is a full-service provider of comprehensive financing solutions for healthcare facilities nationwide, focusing on the long-term care, assisted living and hospital sectors. Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, CFG is known as a one-stop shop for healthcare facility owners and operators, with expertise in HUD loans, bridge lending, working capital loans, commercial banking and investment advisory services through the CFG family of companies. For more information, visit www.capfundinc.com. Capital Funding, LLC and Capital Finance, LLC are subsidiaries of CFG Community Bank. Equal Opportunity Lender. Member FDIC.
1422 Clarkview Road
Baltimore, MD 21209
Tel: (410) 342-3155
Baltimore-based Capital Funding Group has given a big assist to one Connecticut-based provider, in the form of a $21.6 million loan.
Capital Funding Group announced the closing of three deals for skilled nursing facilities.
Capital Funding Group has announced the closure of three HUD mortgages that equaled $24.8 million for a long-term client.
Capital Funding Group has announced the closing of three HUD loans.
Capital Funding Group LLC announced a $11.84 million HUD refinancing for a Wisconsin skilled nursing and assisted living facility on Dec. 12.
Capital Funding Group closed two bridge loans in the New York area.
Capital Funding Group announced two loan closings for Madison Creek Partners.
Capital Funding Group has announced several loans totalling $25 million.
Capital Funding Group said it has closed two loans for Briody Health Care Facility in Lockport, NY.
A $19.1 million bridge-to-HUD loan for Hudson Pointe Nursing and Rehabilitation, and a $3 million working capital loan to finance operations was announced by Capital Funding Group.
Capital Funding Group announced four new loans, including close to $13 million for a memory care facility in Virginia.
Capital Funding Group announced the closing of a $13.7 million cash flow term loan to the CommuniCare Family of Companies, an $8.7 million bridge-to-HUD loan for the acquisition of two MidMichigan Health skilled nursing facilities and two working capital loans for facilities in Michigan and Illinois.