The Nashville Post reported that National Health Investors has paid more than $26 million for two skilled-nursing homes in the Dallas area. Murfreesboro-based NHI bought the facilities from Fundamental Long Term Care Holdings, which runs care centers in more than a dozen states around the country.  NHI funded its purchase with from borrowings from its revolving credit facility.

Combined, the two centers in Corinth and Canton, Texas, are home to 254 beds. Both are less than two years old and are now being leased for 10 years by agents of Sparks, Maryland-based Fundamental owned and operated by Murray Forman and Leonard Grunstein.  NHI will take in $2.4 million in annual lease payments.

 

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