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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.
The US firm says Europe’s real estate lenders have staved off a loan crisis with forbearance. But that forbearance will not continue indefinitely.
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In stark contrast to the US, Europe’s CMBS loans have largely avoided emergency treatment, according to the London-based firm.
The Miami-based firm expects most loans in special servicing to become performing again, largely because of higher credit standards post-GFC.
The world’s largest CMBS servicer says its actual special servicing activity during the covid-19 crisis is more than what the numbers show.
These debt handlers are front-and-center of the real estate distress unfolding during the covid-19 crisis.
Although diversity in Europe’s real estate debt industry is difficult to quantify, data on the wider property industry show there is a long way to go.
Amy Klein Aznar | Diversity in real estate debt | Real Estate Capital
LaSalle’s Amy Klein Aznar says company culture is crucial when it comes to increasing diversity.
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