A new name for Real Estate Capital – and a new US title

It's a red-letter day for Real Estate Capital as a new name is unveiled and our affiliate title, Real Estate Capital USA, is launched online.

From later today, Real Estate Capital will have a (slightly) new name: Real Estate Capital Europe.

But beyond the addition of our region to the name, there will be no change to your subscription or to our in-depth coverage of Europe’s real estate debt market. Our four print editions per year and recapitalnews.com will remain your key source of news, analysis, data and opinion on all things to do with property finance in Europe.

So, why the name change? Put simply, a new title is joining PEI Media’s stable of real estate publications: Real Estate Capital USA formally launches online today at www.recapitalusa.com and takes its place alongside our longstanding brands Real Estate Capital Europe and PERE.

Led by renowned real estate journalist and editor Samantha Rowan, REC USA will provide analysis of the US commercial real estate debt markets that is simply not available elsewhere. The US market is growing rapidly, with substantial capital formation around lending and burgeoning interest from domestic and international investors. REC USA will analyse the organisations, the deals, and the trends shaping this fast-evolving market.

Joining Samantha, reporters William Johnson, Mario Marroquin and Anna-Marie Beal will be at the forefront of REC USA’s coverage of US real estate banking, alternative lending and capital markets activity. In addition to its daily-updated website, REC USA will provide daily and weekly email alerts, weekly digests and bi-monthly magazines as well as podcasts and other multimedia to bring you the insightful perspective you already associate with REC Europe and PERE.

If you are interested in subscribing to REC USA, contact Martin Akachukwu at martin.a@peimedia.com.

We hope you enjoy discovering REC USA’s new analysis of all things Stateside and continue to enjoy REC Europe’s coverage of lending markets on the other side of the Atlantic.

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