• A Healthcare REIT

    Distinct Investment Strategy

    A four-pronged approach to acquiring
    and developing properties

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  • A Healthcare REIT

    Compelling Trends in Seniors Housing & Healthcare

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  • A Healthcare REIT

    Experienced Management

    Sector experts with an average of
    more than 15 years of experience

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A Healthcare REIT Built on Experience

With an established track record in seniors housing and healthcare real estate investing, CNL Financial Group (CNL) is an experienced sponsor that has longstanding relationships with leading industry operators.2 Launched in 2016, CNL Healthcare Properties II is a non-traded real estate investment trust (REIT) that builds on CNL's expertise to help investors, who are seeking income and long-term growth, capitalize on this continuing opportunity.

With a strategic focus on seniors housing and healthcare real estate, this non-traded REIT offers the:

  • Opportunity to invest in a durable asset class with strong growth potential.
  • Potential for income through quarterly distributions. Please note: initial distributions will not be fully covered by cash flows from operating activities and will be paid from expense waivers, borrowings and offering proceeds.3
  • Benefits of CNL's more than 15 years of experience investing approximately $8.2 billion in these two sectors.2,4
     

While the majority of CNL REITs produced positive returns, some prior programs have been adversely affected by general economic conditions and other external factors. There is no assurance the stated objectives will be met.


1 This photograph is representative of the types of properties CNL Healthcare Properties II intends to develop or acquire.
2 CNL Healthcare Properties II has no operating history. The prior performance of real estate programs sponsored by CNL may not be indicative of the future results of CNL Healthcare Properties II. During select periods, some REIT programs sponsored by CNL had a backlog of redemption requests that were unfulfilled and experienced net operating losses. In addition, two REITs have taken impairment charges on certain properties. During and after the global financial crisis in 2008, some REITs experienced declining performance which impacted the REITs’ valuation. Please read the prospectus before investing.
3 There is no guarantee of future cash distributions or if distributions will be paid at all. See the prospectus for more information.
4 As of May 31, 2016, CNL's total seniors housing and healthcare real estate investment is approximately $7.7 billion of the approximately $8.2 billion collective real estate investment of CNL and its joint venture partners. Data derived from market value of liquidated assets and assets still held by CNL and/or its affiliates.