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There are benefits for debt providers in looking outside the mainstream real estate sectors. But financing alternative property assets requires an understanding of the factors driving demand.
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NatWest, HSBC UK and Barclays commit to Downing Group’s development of three schemes in Coventry, Manchester and London.
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Hines and APG Asset Management have sourced €81m from Wells Fargo for the construction of a built-to-rent scheme in Dublin.
Chiara Zuccon, senior director of debt advisory at CBRE, talks to Real Estate Capital about financing PRS across Europe.
The pipeline of purpose-built rental housing for the UK has never been fuller. But while institutional equity is bullish, the sector’s lenders need more clarity on market metrics.
The London-based development finance provider is aiming to grow its loan book to more than £100m by the end of 2020.
Debt providers canvassed by Real Estate Capital discuss where they see prospects for financing in the new year.
Debt providers will see rising interest rates, slower growth in European markets and more political uncertainty in 2019.
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The alternative lender sees strong demand for senior living facilities due to rapidly aging population.
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The private equity firm’s property lending business has backed Värde Partners’ new hotel brand.
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