Section 232 Loan Types FHA offers several different types of loans under HUD Section 232 including new construction, purchase/refinance, substantial rehabilitation, refinance, supplemental loans, operating loan loss and fire safety equipment loans. The purpose of these loans is to finance long-term care and senior housing communities (skilled nursing, assisted living, intermediate care facilities and board and care homes). The most frequently accessed loan types and terms are highlighted below. 232 - New Construction Description A Project qualifies as new Construction when all projects and construction elements are installed as part of the construction contact and no work been done prior to the issuance of the HUD firm commitment Leverage Guidelines Lesser of:90% of Total Estimated Replacement Cost 80% of SNF and Existing ALF value, 75% of new ALF value 1.4x DSCR Terms and Amortization The maximum loan term is 40 years or 75% of the remaining economic life of the property, whichever is less Resource Non-resource Other Davis Bacon prevailing wages 232 - Substantial Rehabilitation Description A Project qualifies as a substantial rehabilitation when the hard costs of repairs, replacements, and improvements exceeds 15% of the project’s values after completion of all repairs, replacements, and improvements or when two or more building components are being substantially replaced Leverage Guidelines Lesser of:90% of Total Estimated Replacement Cost 80% of SNF and Existing ALF value, 75% of new ALF value, 75% for new ALF 1.4x DSCRLesser of (a) 100% of existing debt or (b) 90% of as-is value, plus development and construction costs Terms and Amortization The maximum loan term is 40 years or 75% of the remaining economic life of the property, whichever is less Resource Non-resource Other Davis Bacon prevailing wages 232/223(f) - Acquisition/Refinance Description This section allows for FHA-insured mortgages to be used to acquire aspects or to refinance non-HUD loans on the asset Leverage Guidelines Lesser of:80%1.4x DSCR100% of Net HUD Eligible Costs after Replacement for reserve on deposit and collateral reserves or escrow Terms and Amortization The maximum loan term is 35 years or 75% of the remaining economic life of the property, whichever is less Resource Non-resource 232/241(a) - Supplemental Loan Description Supplemental Loans under section 241 (a) are permitted for existing FHA-insured loans to complete an addition, repairs, replacements, energy conservation measures and/or improvements Leverage Guidelines Lesser of:90% of Total Estimated Replacement Cost 90% of the difference between the as proposed and as-is values 1.4x DSCR after reducing the DSR on the 1st lien from EBITDAR 90% of as-proposed market value less 100% of outstanding indebtedness Terms and Amortization The loan term is limited to the term of the existing insured mortgage, unless otherwise approved by HUD Resource Non-Resource Other Davis Bacon prevailing wages NOT required if following a 223(f) 232/223(a)(7) - HUD Refinance Description Streamlined refinance of an existing FHA-insured loan Leverage Guidelines Lesser of: 100% of original principle amount of the existing mortgage 100% of Net HUD Eligible Costs after Replacement for reserve on deposit Terms and Amortization In general, the term of the new refinanced loan will not exceed the remaining term of the existing loan. However, ORCF may approve a term extension if ORCF determines that the longer term will insure to the benefit of the FHA Fund Resource Non-resource To download a pdf of the Section 232 loan types, please click here. Section II, Chapter 2 of HUD’s Healthcare Mortgage Insurance Program Handbook (4232.1) offers an in depth description of the Section 232 Loan types and eligibility requirements. HUD Webinars To access HUD webinars on the Section 232 program, please click on the links below. 2021 - ORCF Webinar Presentation Focusing Primarily on Asset Management MattersThis webinar provides a brief overview of the Section 232 program and address some key asset management matters including· Understanding participants’ roles and responsibilities· Understanding how ORCF works with the Departmental Enforcement Center· Understanding Operator financial statement requirements· Understanding requirements for a change in Master Lease structure· Understanding the requirements for a change in type or level of care· Understanding the resumption of REAC inspections· Understanding NSPIRE and how it benefits the Borrower/Operator· Current event updates and responses to your questions 2020 - Section 232 Program Overview and ORCF's Response to COVID-19This webinar provides a brief overview of the ORCF and discusses various issues brought on by the pandemic including discussion of relief options, financial treatment of loans and grants and changes in ORCF policy to adapt to the crisis.2019 - Section 232: Program Overview and Asset Management Document UpdatesThis webinar offers an overview about programs offered through ORCF and detailed information related to changes in the required HUD-published documents for use by borrowers and operators in performing asset management functions in their facilities.To gain a high level understanding of the Section 232 loan process and HUD processing timeline, please click here.