CB Richard Ellis

CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc., is a commercial real estate services firm operating worldwide. Founded in 1906 and based in Los Angeles, CA, CB Richard Ellis provides advisory services, including real estate services, such as strategic advice and execution to owners, investors, and occupiers of real estate in connection with leasing, disposition, and acquisition of property.


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Aron Will

Matthew Whitlock


CBRE In The News

  • CBRE Refinances Eugene, Oregon Community
    CBRE closed out 2020 with a cash-out refinance of a 217-unit senior living community in Eugene, Oregon, with Aron Will, Austin Sacco and Tim Root working on the deal. A joint venture between The Springs Living and Harrison Street was the borrower, having developed the property in 2017 with construction financing also secured... Read more
    Published on: January 03, 2021 By Ben Swett
  • CBRE Refinances Stabilizing Seniors Housing Portfolio
    CBRE refinanced a portfolio of three seniors housing communities owned by a joint venture between LCS and Nuveen Real Estate, an affiliate of the investment management arm of TIAA. These communities feature a combination of assisted living and memory care, with 328 units in total.   Developed by a... Read more
    Published on: October 20, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • CBRE Secures Bridge Financing For Orange County Community
    Bridge lending may be in a period of relative inactivity not seen for some time, but CBRE got creative working with a multifamily bridge lending program to refinance a brand-new senior living community in Orange County, California. The luxury community in Laguna Niguel features 176 independent living/ assisted... Read more
    Published on: October 15, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • CBRE Handles Sarasota-Area Sale and Financing
    It was all hands on deck at CBRE for the sale of an Englewood, Florida (Sarasota MSA) senior living community. We wrote about the deal earlier this week when Chicago Pacific Founders (CPF) announced its acquisition of the property. Featuring 118 units of assisted living and memory care, this community... Read more
    Published on: October 06, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • CBRE Funds Joint Venture’s Colorado Acquisition
    Cadence Living and a private equity joint venture partner acquired two senior living communities in the Denver, Colorado metro area, thanks in part to financing secured by the CBRE National Senior Housing team of Aron Will, Austin Sacco and Matthew Kuronen.   Located in Aurora and Lakewood, these two... Read more
    Published on: August 18, 2020 By Ben Swett

Aron Will

1412awillVice Chairman, CBRE Capital Markets

Aron Will began his career with the predecessor company to CBRE Capital Markets, and helped launch the senior housing debt practice for the firm. Today, Mr. Will is Executive Vice President and Co-Heads National Senior Housing Debt & Structured Finance for CBRE Capital Markets. His specialty is the capitalization of Independent Living, Assisted Living, Alzheimer’s Care and Skilled Nursing facilities. Over the past 10 years, the Mr. Will’s team has closed approximately $5.7 billion in debt and equity for this specialty type and is one of the few real estate investment advisors whose platform includes: Fannie Mae (DUS certified lender), Freddie Mac (seller/servicer) and HUD/FHA, along with all the traditional lending sources. CBRE has been a Top 2 senior housing originator from 2010 through 2014. In 2014, CBRE was Freddie Mac’s #1 senior housing originator in the country. In the 24 months ending December 2015, Mr. Will’s team originated over $2.34 billion in senior housing debt across 132 assets nationwide.

Matthew Whitlock

1010whitlockVice Chairman, CBRE National Senior Housing Group

Matthew Whitlock, Vice Chairman, joined the CBRE National Senior Housing Group in July, 2008. The 22-year senior housing industry veteran was Director of Acquisitions for a nationwide owner and operator of premier senior housing communities and was responsible for all aspects of the Acquisitions Division, acquiring over 28 communities valued in excess of $2 billion. Most recently in his capacity as Vice President and Director of Senior Housing for a major full-service commercial banking group, Whitlock originated over $3.5 billion in senior housing mortgages.