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Several big-name investment managers have launched strategies through which they will write loans against European real estate.
Apartments
Randeesh Sandhu, co-founder of alternative lender Précis Capital Partners, says residential-based operational properties are emerging from the covid crisis as strong sectors.
Iryna Pylypchuk, research specialist at industry body INREV, says demand for real estate credit shows no signs of slowing.
James Jacobs, head of real estate for Lazard’s private capital advisory group, says the easing of restrictions on both sides of the Atlantic is changing institutions’ appetite for risk.
Valuation
Hugo Raworth, valuation specialist with loan services provider SitusAMC, says analysis of income, sustainability costs, and data will play a greater role in determining real estate value.
Canary Wharf
Among the past week’s noteworthy items, the owner of the biggest business estate in London’s Docklands raised £900m through its first green bond issuance.
Among the past week’s most noteworthy items, Link Group’s latest debt survey found that most UK debt providers expect to increase loan originations in 2021 despite the persisting pandemic.
Quartier-Heidestrasse
A €296m construction financing in the German capital, led by Deutsche Hypo, was among the week’s more eye-catching items.
Logistics real estate
Another major shed portfolio financing this week demonstrates real estate lenders’ sustained appetite for logistics exposure.
Oaktree’s substantial deployment of its latest property fund is not indicative of dealflow in the market overall, but rather that it is ahead of the pack.
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