Lenders trying to capture high-yielding opportunities should consider the lack of debt available to buy land for Spain’s residential comeback.
The Property Industry Alliance’s ‘adjusted market value’ metric is high-level stuff, but has the potential to prevent catastrophe.
Core investors’ growing interest in providing debt rather than buying prime assets outright makes sense in this prolonged stage of the cycle.
Fragmentation is not a bad thing when it comes to the provision of real estate debt in today’s market, Richard Dakin, managing director at CBRE Capital Advisors (pictured), comments.
European logistics is a market real estate lenders cannot afford to ignore, but it has its challenges.
Real estate market players investing in Spain through equity or debt should be aware that the struggle over Catalonian independence is not a minor setback.
Non-bank lenders’ recent strong performance shows that real estate debt providers in the UK should look outside core, prime markets.
The UK student accommodation sector is facing headwinds, writes Hayley Scott of Investec Structured Property Finance.
Macro-economic prospects, challenges for investors, and bankers' efforts to cope with low margins were among topics of discussion at this week's EXPO Real fair in Munich.
A little more than 10 years ago, it became apparent that a global credit crunch was happening, foretelling the worst crash to hit financial markets since 1929.