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Three-quarters of respondents to Savills’ global sentiment survey stated debt has become less available in EMEA and North America.
Market metrics show banks remain the largest providers of property finance in France.
Concerns over the impact of the coronavirus are the dominant theme of CREFC Europe's Q2 survey of market sentiment.
Our Debt Fund 25 shows how the managers of private real estate capital in Europe have managed to grow their reserves since 2015.
Since March, consultancy CBRE has monitored a set of lender sentiment metrics to gauge the response in the debt market to the covid-19 crisis. Here, Paul Coates, head of debt and structured finance at CBRE Capital Advisors, discusses the findings.
Losses and write-offs on retail debt could reach £10bn, while £22bn of development loans face delays, the latest UK lending market report by Cass Business School predicts.
A survey by Link Group shows few property finance professionals saw coronavirus as a major threat in January.
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The latest CBRE data show that real estate debt remains a smart choice in a low return world.
CBRE data show that loan-to-value ratios fell in five retail markets across the continent, compared with only three for offices and two for industrial.
CREFC Europe’s Q1 sentiment survey shows increased bullishness among real estate professionals.
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