The European property sector decamped to MIPIM last month. Although most were upbeat, caution was the watchword, reports Daniel Cunningham
Hotels are an alternative property type that many lenders are eager to bank, writes Lauren Parr.
At one time, student accommodation was not noted for its quality. Today, institutional-grade property is being provided across Europe and lenders are taking note, finds Lauren Parr.
Europe’s healthcare market is increasingly institutional, writes Lauren Parr.
Investors plan to increase their allocations to the self-storage sector, but lenders see the European market as fragmented, finds Lauren Parr.
Gadi Jay and Will Skinner of Blackstone tell Daniel Cunningham how they source the debt behind the firm’s European property deals.
CRE lenders in the US are yet to brace themselves for a Dodd-Frank roll-back, writes Meghan Morris, the New York-based reporter of sister title PERE.
The election of Donald Trump to the US presidency could have a disruptive effect on capital flows, writes Lauren Parr.
Beijing is attempting to curb capital from leaving the country, but it will still find a home in European real estate, writes Lauren Parr.
Asian investors in European real estate are parking their money in a greater number of sectors and locations. Real Capital Analytics’ Tom Leahy examines the data.