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Aareal’s new lending volumes up as it keeps US drive

The German bank generated €6.1bn of new real estate loans in the first nine months of 2018, up 7% year-on-year despite lower activity in Europe.

Pbb’s new lending down on cautious approach

The German bank expects a strong final quarter to push new lending volumes to the lower end of the €10bn to €11bn range for 2018.

Berlin Hyp shows appetite for development with €220m loan

The German bank finances a fully let office project in its home market as it increases new lending to the higher-margin development space.

How lenders are navigating the late-stage of the cycle

Credit market specialists gathered at EXPO Real in Munich in October. How to deploy debt capital with a downturn looming was a hot topic.

Germany’s shortage of builders says a lot about European real estate markets

We might be at a late stage of the property cycle, but capital providers are determined to find routes into the market.

Aggregate Debt Advisory launches €500m Germany real estate debt fund

The mezzanine fund will seek out core residential opportunities across Germany.

Europe’s Top 40 Lenders 2018, part 1: The UK and German banks

More organisations than ever before are aiming to provide debt across Europe’s commercial property markets. In the first of three instalments, Real Estate Capital profiles those making the biggest impact.

Why German real estate bankers are under pressure

Lenders are busy in the country’s booming property market, but fierce competition, high property prices and tightening regulation are challenges they face.

How German clinics attracted €655m of debt

French bank Société Générale has underwritten the financing of a huge healthcare deal, highlighting the allure of the sector to lenders.

Aareal banks on North America for new lending growth

The German bank recorded €4.2bn of new real estate lending in the first half of 2018.

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