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The fund closed above target and with more than four times as much capital as its predecessor.
So-called ‘beds for rent’ sectors in the UK are becoming a preferred allocation choice for investors over offices and retail, according to findings published by Investec.
The latest real estate institutional investor survey by placement agent Probitas Partners demonstrates tumbling appetite for office investments and competition fears.
Large pools of capital have been raised for distressed strategies, but thanks to government support schemes, finding a home for it is proving a challenge.
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Panellists at CREFC Europe’s conference on offices say lenders are factoring in capex programmes and shorter leases when underwriting properties.
The pandemic reinforced the need for managers to strike closer partnerships with their tenants, according to the firm’s global head of real estate.
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Hoong Wey Woon, partner with financial services firm Alantra, says real estate lenders are getting creative as they strive to invest the large amounts of capital they have raised.
Opportunistic lenders are gearing up to provide debt in distressed situations. But market participants do not expect an abundance of distressed deals during the market's recovery phase.
Lenders are considering what constitutes an enticing financing opportunity as European real estate recovers from the pandemic.
In the first of a three-part deep dive, we find out how lenders view their role in real estate's recovery from the covid crisis.
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