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DBRS: Spain’s housing market not showing signs of overheating

Despite price growth in key regions, average house prices in Spain are still 19% below their Q3 2007 peak, rating agency research shows.
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How damaging is the US-China trade war for real estate?

There has been a drop in Asian inbound and outbound capital flows, as well as noticeable tenant retrenchment in southern China cities, according to Colliers International’s latest research.
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Currency devaluations subdue growth in global real estate market – MSCI

Growth in the global real estate market was muted across almost all countries in 2018 because of currencies depreciating against the US dollar, according to a July report by MSCI.

Inside the deal: RDI’s serviced offices refinancing with Aberdeen Standard

Real Estate Capital speaks to borrower RDI and lender Aberdeen Standard about their recent debt deal in London’s flexible office market.
Student accommodation: a growing sector for real estate investors

Debt providers are following equity investors and going to beds

Property lenders are proving keen to finance investors’ growing interest in various types of accommodation, including hotels and student housing

Change in French law creates opportunities for non-bank lenders

France has allowed non-banks to become direct originators.

Sentiment survey: less pessimism overall, but continued wariness about retail, availability of UK debt

CREFC Europe’s latest quarterly survey of market sentiment highlights pessimism about the retail sector and lower expectations for liquidity in the UK.
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Rumours of a lending drought have been greatly exaggerated

The findings in CBRE's European Debt Map do not point to significant mispricing in the continent's development finance market.
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LTVs and margins remain static across Europe’s real estate markets

CBRE research shows investment activity to have been subdued during Q1, with little change in the loan-to-value ratios offered for prime offices

Rise of the challenger lenders

Most did not exist a decade ago. Now, the UK’s emergent property debt providers, including challenger banks, peer-to-peer platforms and specialist lenders, are raising their profiles and their ambitions.
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