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Urban Exposure on the outlook for UK residential

Tailwinds including government support and opportunities in the build-to-rent sector will support the housing market over the next year, writes Randeesh Sandhu, CEO of residential development lender Urban Exposure.

LOOK AHEAD 2019: Rising rates and more debt for development

The ‘new normal’ level of interest rates will be lower than many expect, forecasts Paul Coates, executive director and head of debt and structured finance EMEA at CBRE.

10 years after Lehman, highly geared real estate debt is still available

While some lenders are writing risky UK development loans, they are unlikely to destabilise the lending market, writes Mark Bladon of Investec Structured Property Finance

European student housing needs more lender support

Investing in university accommodation on the continent makes sense, but finance can be difficult to source, writes Raj Kotecha, co-founder of Amro Real Estate Partners.

EC proposals create uncertainty for secondary loan markets

The LMA has discussed suggested amendments with the European Commission. The industry body's head of legal Amelia Slocombe comments some of the key issues.

EC proposals create uncertainty for secondary loan markets

The LMA has discussed suggested amendments with the European Commission. The industry body's head of legal Amelia Slocombe comments some of the key issues.

Be ready for a rise in the cost of money

An increase in rates could lead to some lenders reducing their maximum LTV levels, says Savills' Nick Hume.

Be ready for a rise in the cost of money

An increase in rates could lead to some lenders reducing their maximum LTV levels, says Savills' Nick Hume.

Five trends that could disrupt non-bank lending Stateside

The US alternative lending market could alert the less evolved European space to pitfalls, writes Arixa Capital Advisors' Jan Brzeski.

Market faces bad (and good) debt wave

Just as Europe’s lenders are under increasing pressure to deal with non-performing loans, so, too, will they be encouraged to divest performing debt, argues DebtX's Gifford West.
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