Federal HOUSING ADMINISTRATION (FHA)
RED Mortgage Capital, LLC is a leading FHA-approved Mortgagee and MAP/Lean lender that actively underwrites, funds and services FHA insured mortgage loans for multifamily housing, seniors housing, assisted living and skilled care properties nationwide. The FHA mortgage insurance programs are available to for-profit, non-profit and public owners. These programs provide long-term, fixed rate, non-recourse financing for the following:
New Construction or Substantial Rehabilitation of Multifamily Manufactured Home Parks.
Financing for Apartments in Urban Renewal Areas.
New Construction or Substantial Rehabilitation of Apartments.
Acquisition or Refinance of Apartments.
New Construction or Substantial Rehabilitation of Apartments where all residents must be 62 years or older.
Section 232 pursuant
to Section 223(f):
Acquisition or Refinance of Skilled Care Nursing Homes, Intermediate Care, Assisted Living and Personal Care Facilities (Board and Care Facilities).
Refinance of Existing FHA Insured Mortgages (to Reduce the Interest Rate and Pay Associated Costs).
Supplemental Loan Program for Renovation or Expansion of Existing FHA Insured Apartments, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, and Personal Care Facilities.
New Construction or Substantial Rehabilitation of Acute Care Facilities Including Critical Access Hospitals.
As the mortgage insurance provider of HUD, FHA will insure mortgages to finance the acquisition, new construction, substantial rehabilitation and refinance of multifamily and healthcare properties nationwide. Loan commitments can be funded on a taxable basis or used as credit enhancement for tax-exempt bond issues. Properties insured by FHA can be either “market” rate (i.e. not subsidized), affordable housing, or rental assisted housing. HUD does not require low income tenancy set-asides nor does it impose rent limits on insured properties, though the use of tax-exempt bonds or low income housing tax credits can trigger these requirements.
For FHA: FAQ, click here.
For term sheets and collateral, click here.