The findings in CBRE's European Debt Map do not point to significant mispricing in the continent's development finance market
CBRE research shows investment activity to have been subdued during Q1, with little change in the loan-to-value ratios offered for prime offices
CREFC Europe’s latest quarterly survey of market sentiment highlights pessimism about the retail sector and lower expectations for liquidity in the UK
Real estate investors and lenders are still making the most of what they see as benevolent market conditions. But can the good times last?
Just as the Brexit vote dampened activity, this year’s political uncertainty is taking its toll. But, as in 2016, certain sectors remain resilient, writes Lorna Brown of Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets
Accompanying our REC Debt Fund 20 ranking, we gathered data on the leading managers' deployment activities.
The European commercial real estate lending market faces numerous headwinds. John Barakat, head of real estate finance at M&G Investments, explains how managers can protect their investors’ capital while generating a return.
Our countdown of the REC Debt Fund 20, ranking Europe's largest real estate debt fund managers,
Retail property needs to adapt to survive. And to ensure it has an adequate supply of debt, lenders and borrowers must adjust their approach.
Discover the leading real estate debt fund managers active in Europe today in our inaugural real estate debt fundraising ranking.
We continue our countdown of the REC Debt Fund 20, ranking Europe's largest real estate debt fund managers.
Europa Capital’s head of asset finance on why loan terms must give companies the scope to carry out business plans
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.
Natixis aims to capitalise on property investors’ international activities by operating an originate-to-distribute model across continents. Emmanuel Verhoosel, the French bank’s global head of real estate and hospitality, discusses market conditions.
Although traditional debt providers have become more cautious about the stateside shopping sector, newer lenders are looking for opportunities. By Michelle Phillips