Across many European real estate sectors, prime yields are unlikely to compress much more this cycle.
The latest research from Leicester’s De Montfort University shows the country’s commercial real estate lending was down during 2016, despite a rise after the EU vote. Daniel Cunningham reports.
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.
The country’s nationalist government slapped a tax on banks in February 2016. Doug Morrison investigates the effect on its real estate market.
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.
Pressure is growing on the continent’s lenders to address the massive volumes of non-performing loans sitting on their balance sheets, writes Lauren Parr.
Italy’s banks are finally putting non-core loans onto the market, writes Lauren Parr.
NPL work-out strategies have proved lucrative for investors, writes Lauren Parr.
Investment banks are keeping watch on loan-on-loan opportunities, particularly in southern Europe, writes Lauren Parr.
As momentum builds in Europe’s non-performing loans market, investors are looking at opportunities in emerging markets, writes Jouke Boomsma, co-head of NPLs at Mount Street.