CNL Financial Group — An Industry Leader
Launched in 2016, CNL Healthcare Properties II draws upon the long-standing relationships with leading industry operators and extensive seniors housing and healthcare operating experience of CNL, its sponsor. CNL, a private investment management firm providing real estate and alternative investments, has successfully launched three seniors housing and healthcare REITs, guiding one from inception through liquidation.
Investing in seniors housing and healthcare for more than 15 years has resulted in unique insight, knowledge of the business and relationships. These relationships have often provided access to exclusive, off-market investment opportunities. As with all investments, there are no guarantees that CNL Healthcare Properties II will experience results similar to the performance of CNL’s prior seniors housing and healthcare REITs.
Since its inception in 1973, CNL and/or its affiliates have:
- Formed or acquired companies with more than $34 billion in assets.
- Distributed 9 non-traded REITs, 7 of which have gone full cycle.
- Invested more than $8.4 billion in seniors housing and healthcare.1
Learn more about the REIT's experienced management team.
As of Dec. 31, 2018.
CNL Healthcare Properties II has a limited 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. Prior programs sponsored by CNL have been adversely affected by general economic conditions and other external factors during their respective operating periods. CNL Healthcare Properties has been experiencing net operating losses, which are expected to be temporary. While the majority of CNL REITs produced positive returns for shareholders, all investing involves variables outside of anyone’s control. 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.
1 CNL's total seniors housing and healthcare real estate investment is approximately $8 billion of the approximately $8.46 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.