In November, Sims Mortgage Funding, Inc. (SMF) closed a $5,243,000 HUD-insured refinancing loan for Majestic House, a 74-unit, age-restricted affordable community located in Tamaqua, PA.
Wesley by the Bay is an affordable senior housing community located in Ocean City, NJ and sponsored by the United Methodist Homes of New Jersey. The Project, consisting of four buildings, was built in the early 1980s with a high-interest rate HUD Section 202 Direct Loan.
After a recent string of closing refinancing loans for healthcare properties, affordable seniors housing, market-rate housing and a safety-net hospital, Sims Mortgage Funding successfully closed in February a $9,247,200 HUD-insured construction loan for The Monroe.
We’ve all heard that expression, generally given to mean taking too much time to make a choice between two alternatives, one good but the other, perfect! But, if you deliberate too much, you may miss out on both and have nothing to show for your deliberations.
Triple-plays are a rarity in major league baseball: since 1876, there have only been 723, for an average of about 5 per season.
Sims Mortgage Funding (SMF) recently served as Financial Advisor in connection with a $7,035,000 HUD-insured loan that closed in June for Marien-Heim of Sunset Park, a 169-unit, Section 8 elderly housing project sponsored by a local, not-for-profit community development organization. […]
Although it is headquartered in New Jersey, Sims Mortgage Funding seems to have a second home in Louisiana – we have closed close to $530 million in HUD-insured loans in the Pelican State.
Sims Mortgage Funding is pleased to announce that we closed in late September a $3,237,200 loan for Opportunities Pavilion (OP), an 81 unit affordable, Section 8 elderly property in Kansas City, Missouri.
The Project’s Sponsor owns four affordable housing properties in Pennsylvania and previously had turned to Sims Mortgage Funding to refinance two of them, on a “cash-out” basis.
Vintage Realty Company purchased the development rights for Elan at Terra Bella, a proposed 178-unit market-rate project in a Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) on the North Shore, one of the fastest-growing sections of the New Orleans metropolitan area.