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German mortgage bank Berlin Hyp has written a €510 million loan to refinance a commercial real estate portfolio of multifunctional rental spaces in Berlin.
German mortgage bank Berlin Hyp reported a new lending volume of €3.1 billion in the first half of 2017, which represents a 6.89 percent increase year-on-year.
Property developer Apsys has sourced a €260 million loan to refinance Posnania, its recently opened shopping centre based in Poznan, Poland's fourth largest city.
Berlin Hyp has issued its second ‘green’ Pfandbrief, representing the German bank’s third green bond issue since 2015.
Several of Germany’s largest specialist real estate banks either met lending targets during 2016 or surpassed the previous year’s origination totals.
A club of three German banks, led by Deutsche Hypo, has provided a €960 million loan to refinance a commercial property portfolio owned by German real estate investor DIC Asset AG.
German mortgage bank Berlin Hyp has provided a €70 million loan to refinance a portfolio of offices located in the Netherlands.
German mortgage bank Berlin Hyp wrote €4.1 billion of new business during the first three quarters of the year, a slight year-on-year increase, despite what it described as “challenging” underlying conditions.
German residential property company the BUWOG Group has agreed a €550 million refinancing of a 2014 loan with existing lenders Berlin Hyp and Helaba, at a margin of 105 basis points, a 60bps reduction.
German mortgage bank Berlin Hyp has issued its first unsecured ‘green’ bond, raising €500 million, more than a year since it issued a green pfandbrief.
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