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Philly-Based Becker Will Lead Seniors Production for OREC

ORIX Real Estate Capital (OREC), the combined company of Lancaster Pollard, RED Capital Group and Hunt Real Estate Capital, appointed Aaron Becker as head of production for seniors housing and healthcare. Based in the Philadelphia office, Becker will lead seniors housing and healthcare origination efforts for the newly-merged firm.

Before being named head of production, Becker was Northeast regional manager for Lancaster Pollard, and served as a banker for nearly a decade. During that time, the Northeast team closed approximately 150 transactions totaling $2.8 billion.

“Aaron is the right person to lead our seniors housing and healthcare team into this new era,” said James P. Flynn, CEO of OREC. “His experience in business development and proven leadership make him the ideal choice as we launch a series of initiatives that will enable us to better support the needs of seniors owners and operators in this COVID-19 environment.”

Pictured: Aaron Becker.

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