Managing Director Joshua Jandris brings over 13 years of specialized seniors housing experience to Walker & Dunlop and is responsible for the sale and disposition of seniors housing properties across the United States. Mr. Jandris and his team have consistently been ranked within the top five Investment Sales teams in the country, and ranked first place three out of the last five years. Mr. Jandris specializes in seniors housing properties of all types, including skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, independent living facilities, freestanding memory care facilities, continuing care retirement communities, and age-restricted communities.
Before joining Walker & Dunlop, Mr. Jandris served as Senior Director for Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap. There, he and his team closed over $8 billion of seniors housing transactions with 65,000 units across 46 states. The team represented institutional clients, private investors, seniors housing operators, government entities, faith-based and non-faith-based nonprofit entities, in the disposition of seniors housing facilities and portfolios nationwide.
Mr. Jandris received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Iowa, and is active in several industry organizations.
Through its subsidiary Walker & Dunlop, LLC, Walker & Dunlop, Inc. (NYSE: WD) is one of the leading commercial real estate finance companies in the United States, with a primary focus on multifamily lending.
Two senior care properties obtained permanent HUD financing courtesy of Walker & Dunlop to replace their original acquisition debt. Joshua Rosen led the origination team on the transactions. Cascade Capital Group acquired the 136-bed supportive living facility in Aurora, Illinois earlier this year, thanks in part to an $11.03 million nine-month bridge loan... Read more
Walker & Dunlop refinanced two balance sheet loans it had provided over three years ago to two senior care facilities in Texas and Alabama. Kevin Giusti and Michael Vaughn had arranged the prior short-term loans, which came with terms up to three years, interest-only payments throughout the life... Read more
Walker & Dunlop’s Joshua Rosen arranged bridge financing for Cascade Capital Group’s acquisition of a 136-bed supportive living facility in Aurora, Illinois. Totaling over $11.0 million, the debt was structured and provided by W&D’s bridge lending program, which utilizes the company’s own balance sheet. It came with a... Read more
Late last month, we learned of Walker & Dunlop’s involvement in structuring acquisition financing for a senior care campus on Cape Cod. Now, it’s revealed that the OREC Securities team of Laca Wong-Hammond, Chad Elliott, Kevin Laidlaw and Aaron Becker led the sale on behalf of the seller.... Read more
Walker & Dunlop both structured and provided $28.3 million in acquisition financing for the new owner of a 194-bed senior care campus in the Cape Cod town of Brewster, Massachusetts. Coming with a two-year term and interest-only payments throughout the life of the loan, the financing covers about... Read more
With more than 25 years of industry experience, Michael Vaughn, senior vice president, manages origination, underwriting, and quality control of all healthcare loans.
Prior to joining Walker & Dunlop, Mr. Vaughn held numerous positions at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Most recently he was director of the Office of Residential Care Facilities, part of the Office of Healthcare Programs in the Office of Housing in the Department of Housing and Urban Development. While at HUD, Mr. Vaughn was directly responsible for origination and asset management activities related to the $17.5 billion portfolio of Section 232 Insured Mortgages on Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facilities. He was involved in the LEAN process re-engineering effort, which enabled the program to reach higher levels of responsiveness, customer service and risk mitigation, both in development (underwriting) and servicing/asset management. Mr. Vaughn also chaired the healthcare loan committee and represented HUD at industry events and before Congress. Previously, in the private sector, Mr. Vaughn was a senior vice president of the Bank of New York’s Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Multifamily lender, ARCS Mortgage. He was also a vice president of Republic Realty Mortgage Corp., one of Berkadia’s predecessors. In previous government service, he has worked in the Office of Affordable Housing Preservation and the Office of Public Housing Investment at HUD, and as chief asset officer of the Public Buildings Service at GSA.
Mr. Vaughn earned his MBA from Yale University’s School of Public and Private Management and his bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University.
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