Real Estate Capital concludes a look-back through the archives as we celebrate 10 years covering Europe's real estate finance markets.
Real Estate Capital continues its look-back through the archives to celebrate 10 years of coverage.
As part of Real Estate Capital's 10th anniversary retrospective, Tom Leahy of Real Capital Analytics examines how the European commercial real estate market has changed in the last decade.
The latest figures compiled by Real Estate Capital's data team show there are 25 Europe-focused real estate debt funds with known targets above €100 million currently fundraising.
As Real Estate Capital celebrates its 10th anniversary covering Europe's real estate finance markets, we take a look back through the archives.
Real Estate Capital's data on the latest UK and continental European real estate lending deals.
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.
As Real Estate Capital celebrates its 10th anniversary, Daniel Cunningham looks at how Europe’s real estate finance industry has changed since coverage began.
In the third of three installments, Real Estate Capital highlights the alternative lenders most actively providing finance to Europe's real estate markets.
As Europe’s real estate investment market evolves, banks must provide sponsors the means to fund their strategies, argues Annerie Vreugdenhil, global head of real estate finance at ING.
In the second of three installments, Real Estate Capital examines the leading lenders in Europe today.
A raft of lending organisations are keen to provide finance to Europe's real estate investors. In the first of three installments, we examine the UK and German banks which made the list of Europe's top lenders.
Finland is on the radar of international investors and lenders, joining its Nordic
neighbours as a hot destination for real estate capital.
The recovery of the Spanish economy, and the country’s real estate market, is leading to a wider range of opportunities for lenders to deploy capital.
Both lenders and borrowers can find the best real estate debt market conditions across selected central and eastern European cities, research published by CBRE suggests.
A reliance on external markets puts Germany’s real estate lenders in a vulnerable position, but also compels them to consider cautious moves into less familiar territories.