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The Hague-based asset manager is partnering with traditional lenders as it targets medium-term growth of its property debt platform to up to €10bn.
With investment volumes hitting record levels last year, lenders are making the most of a booming market.
The seven-year debt facility, provided by the US lender alongside ABN Amro to Orange Capital Partners, has a LTV ratio of around 58%.
The US bank has made a swift return to Europe’s CMBS market with an office deal in the Netherlands.
US insurer MetLife backs the firm’s drive for sustainability as sole investor in the privately placed issue.
In the second installment of our guide to Europe's lending markets, Lauren Parr examines the French and Dutch opportunities.
Dale Lattanzio, managing partner for DRC Capital, talks with Real Estate Capital about the prospects and trends for 2018.
Continental European markets offer developers and lenders opportunities to back residential projects.
Allianz Real Estate and ABN Amro have written a €300 million loan, which is likely to be the largest single-asset financing in the Dutch office market this year.
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