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CREFC's third-quarter survey reflects fears that interest rates will stay higher for longer.
In the first quarter of 2023, loan-to-value ratios in European markets decreased, while the total cost of debt for prime real estate remained stable, continuing a trend observed in the previous quarter of 2022.
Sharp rise in financing costs is highlighted in pan-European research report.
Attitudes towards overall market conditions remain negative, but CREFC Europe's industry initiative director David Dahan says there is 'belief the market is picking up'.
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Despite an overall decline in LTVs and an increase in margins, the adviser recorded unchanged lending terms in several parts of the market.
A political crisis in the UK and rising interest rates paint a 'grim picture' for the market.
The impact of the rising cost of debt was seen across European markets in the third quarter, according to CBRE.
The quarter saw the close of four $1bn-plus mezzanine/debt funds, which accounted for a bulk of the capital raised during this period.
Affiliate title PERE's Investor Perspectives 2022 Study tracks investor sentiment toward private real estate heading into the new year.

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