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The significant growth potential of UK retirement living, with demand driven by a rapidly ageing population, is drawing lenders to the sector.
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Panellists at CREFC Europe’s conference on offices say lenders are factoring in capex programmes and shorter leases when underwriting properties.
The French manager will add high-yield lending to its repertoire as it aims to double its credit assets under management.
The pandemic reinforced the need for managers to strike closer partnerships with their tenants, according to the firm’s global head of real estate.
The most important UK and Continental European commercial real estate deals collected in our database, updated every Monday.
During its latest Financing Property presentation, the consultancy said the pandemic is leading sponsors and financiers to increasingly consider social factors when futureproofing assets.
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Hoong Wey Woon, partner with financial services firm Alantra, says real estate lenders are getting creative as they strive to invest the large amounts of capital they have raised.
With recovery underway in the US hotel sector, securitisation activity is gradually picking up in select sub-sectors – albeit with more conservative underwriting.
Opportunistic lenders are gearing up to provide debt in distressed situations. But market participants do not expect an abundance of distressed deals during the market's recovery phase.
Herbal House, Farringdon, London
The £106.2 million loan refinances the ten-floor multi-let office, residential asset in Farringdon, which was built in 1928 as the printing headquarters for the Daily Mirror.
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