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The latest research by the Berlin-based advisory firm shows subordinated lenders are benefiting from German banks’ increased caution.
The German property finance boutique says potential club deals between its two credit funds will enable it to provide higher debt volumes per transaction.
Hanno Kowalski, managing partner of the Berlin-based debt provider, says demand for junior loans against core assets means mezzanine lenders, and their investors, are taking less risk.
Ali Otmar of Tristan Capital Partners and Ben Eppley of Apollo Global Management discuss a transaction, which Otmar says required the 'extreme end of flexibility'.
The bank’s head of real estate finance for Germany's regions says it faced stiff competition to back the €700m Silberturm tower purchase in Frankfurt.
Lenders expect to increase their lending volumes, but remain cautious about providing property loans, according to the Stuttgart-based advisor.
Following the Canadian bank’s financing of a pan-European logistics portfolio for GLP, its European real estate head says multi-jurisdictional transactions often generate higher returns.
Representing mezzanine loan
The Berlin-based advisory and investment firm records 151 investors currently active in Germany’s subordinated debt market.
Refinancing challenges in Europe’s property debt market could lead to more direct real estate sales in the coming 18-24 months, the consultant says.
Insurer Die Bayerische has provided credit, alongside equity, to back the investor’s multifamily acquisition programme.
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