Germany’s Pfandbrief banks are commercial real estate financing machines, propelled by momentum that shows no signs of abating.
Financing property development requires an appetite for risk that relatively few lenders in Europe currently possess.
Across many European real estate sectors, prime yields are unlikely to compress much more this cycle.
UK real estate lenders are striving to maintain their client bases as the property cycle matures, writes Nicole Lux, the author of the De Montfort University report on UK CRE lending.
As the UK’s purpose-built private rented residential sector grows, lenders need guidelines for financing schemes, writes Peter Cosmetatos, CEO of the Commercial Real Estate Finance Council Europe.
Across many European real estate sectors, prime yields are unlikely to compress much more this cycle. For investors, enhanced return prospects are largely pinned on rental growth in undersupplied markets.
March is MIPIM month and an annual reminder of just how international today’s real estate industry has become, writes Daniel Cunningham.
The small-print on UK real estate loan agreements has widely changed in response to the EU referendum result. Matthew Heaton, Francisca Sepúlveda and Diane Roberts of global law firm Reed Smith explain why and how.
If 2016 was the year the table was turned over, 2017 is the year when the pieces need to be picked up.
If you assumed that this year must have been a challenging one for development finance amid so much market and political volatility, in some ways you’d be right.