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CFG Provides $262.6MM Refinancing for Skilled Nursing Portfolio
Spanning Colorado, California and Wyoming, the portfolio includes 28 skilled nursing facilities and one joint skilled nursing and assisted living facility, with a total of 3,140 beds.
We Do Things DifferentlyAbout CFG
We make it personal
We are driven by our relentless pursuit to create a positive impact on our clients, communities and employees.
Our host of loan offerings, paired with our unique, sole-ownership structure, give us a competitive edge to execute deals of all sizes and complexities.
Creative, customized financing
We are curious and don’t settle for the obvious. We welcome challenges and actively execute creative, personalized financing solutions.
We bring a whatever-it-takes attitude to every deal and relationship – no matter your unique challenge, we help find a solution.
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Capital Funding Group Closes $40 Million for Refinancing of Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility in California
CFG announced the closing of a $40 million loan for the refinancing of an assisted living and memory care facility in Simi Valley, California.
CFG Bank and Capital Funding Group Donate $70 Thousand to NGO “Save a Child” to Complete Build of Shelter House for Ukrainian Women and Children Refugees
Shelter Provides Free Housing, Food and Other Support for Women and Children Displaced and Affected by the Impacts of War in Ukraine
Transactions & Financings: CFG 2022 Volume Reaches Nearly $2B
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Your Success Is Our Business
Founded in 1993, CFG has been leading the industry with its entrepreneurial approach to lending. We are bold and have a no-limits attitude to create lending solutions tailored to meet the needs of each client. This has led to more than 25 years of growth and success.
Skilled Nursing Facilities | California and Kentucky
CFG closed $40.35 million in Bridge-to-HUD financing for the acquisition of two skilled nursing facilities, located in California and Kentucky. The nationally-recognized borrower previously operated these facilities, and through this deal the borrower now owns the facilities.
We took on our client’s goal as our own and through our long-standing relationship with HUD, we helped grow their involvement to also own the facilities they previously operated by offering creative, personalized solutions.