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Financing gap
New research suggests there is a real estate debt funding shortfall ahead. But the problem is unlikely to be as severe as in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.
covid impact
The investment manager expects the covid-19 crisis to create a debt funding gap, albeit far smaller than that seen after the 2007-08 crash.
The property investment arm of German insurer Allianz has acquired two office buildings in Paris as a demonstration of confidence in what many regard as a highly uncertain sector.
Insurer Die Bayerische has provided credit, alongside equity, to back the investor’s multifamily acquisition programme.
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The covid-19 crisis has accelerated two different shifts in how properties with a space-as-a-service component will be valued.
As retail and office sectors trend toward volatility, the steady returns of sale-and-leaseback strategies are becoming attractive fixed-income substitutes.
CMBS specialists, speaking during an online industry conference last week, debated the merits of going ahead with annual valuations amid the disruption caused by covid-19.
The Stockholm-based asset manager has raised €1.2bn to deploy in sustainable real estate loans in its home market.
The author of the most comprehensive survey of the German real estate debt market expects asset selection to be crucial to lenders’ fortunes.
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Intermediaries have become part of the European property lending landscape. But how do the users and originators of debt view their role in the sector?
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