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German lenders are lost for words, opportunistic credit specialists are gearing up, and sponsors are dealing with a loss of income.
The refusal by tenants to pay rent under a covid-19 lockdown has raised the fear of creating a ‘cascading effect’ among related contractual parties.
The Colony Capital boss says the US property loan market is on the brink. Lenders in Europe should take note.
Coronavirus is private RE debt’s 'first true test'
Disciplined lending throughout the cycle should stand the non-bank lending space in good stead, according to Simon Wallace.
Why coronavirus-stricken Italian real estate is not fearing the worst
Industry professionals in the quarantined country insist no one is panicking yet – both because of strong fundamentals and the hope the lockdown is short-lived.
The German insurer will remain active in the asset class but will be reevaluating its underwriting and the types of investments it pursues.
How the coronavirus threatens real estate finance
The covid-19 pandemic represents uncharted territory for Europe’s commercial property lenders.
The chief executive of the Spanish real estate investment company discusses raising capital in the bond markets.
Lower-for-longer conditions are driving capital into property markets. But persistently low interest rates are also a concern for real estate investors and lenders.
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