Samantha's practice focuses on complex real estate finance transactions with an emphasis on federally insured loans for multifamily housing and healthcare under FHA/HUD insurance programs.

Samantha leads the firm’s FHA finance practice. She has counseled national lending clients and negotiated multimillion-dollar, multilayered structured financing deals. A major portion of Samantha’s practice includes representation of lending clients in finance transactions involving multifamily apartment complexes, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, elderly housing and intermediate care facilities. She has experience in structures involving the refinancing, new construction and substantial rehabilitation of various facilities, as well as financing structures involving multi-facility portfolios, operator-lessees, master leases, subordinate financing, low-income housing tax credits, accounts receivables, condominium structures, ground leases, bond defeasance, restrictive covenants, trusts, depositor bank control agreements and mortgage insurance claims. She represents lenders across the United States that provide financing pursuant to FHA insurance programs, including Sections 232, 221(d)(4), 223(a)(7), and 223(f) of the National Housing Act. She recently led the legal team that represented a national investment bank involved in a $500 million healthcare portfolio refinancing for senior living facilities across the country.

In addition to FHA/HUD transactions, Samantha also is experienced in Fannie Mae transactions and has represented lenders in loan workouts, assumptions, credit facilities and loan syndication, including a $133 million credit facility and the syndication of a $230 million construction loan.

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to joining Fox, Samantha was an associate with a Washington, DC-based boutique real estate firm that handled Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA and Ginnie Mae transactions and servicing matters. While there, she concentrated her practice on representing lenders issuing multifamily and healthcare mortgage loans insured by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.