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Equity is committed and ready to invest in prime European property, but a lack of clarity on debt terms is an issue for investors.
Sentiment among Germany’s real estate lenders has plummeted, although those closing transactions are reported to have raised loan margins.
Schützenquartier
The lender provided €129.5m to fund the private equity firm’s latest German investment.
The Squaire
Domestic banks showed no let-up in appetite for German real estate lending during 2019, despite high values and low margins.
Yes, it is upon us again: the poll is open for the annual Real Estate Capital awards. Take the opportunity to choose the best in class across our 31 categories, reflecting a broad spectrum of real estate debt activity.
Since mid-2018, the German insurer has deployed €1.5bn of debt through its Luxembourg platform.
Rainer Komenda, head of real estate funds at Bavaria’s Bayerische Versorgungskammer, tells Jonathan Brasse about how Germany’s biggest state pension provider is thinking about its real estate business as it views a downturn.
Real Estate Capital is calling for submissions for 30 categories in this year’s awards. Help us get the ball rolling by letting us know who deserves to be shortlisted.
Sebastian Vetter
Sebastian Vetter has taken the helm at DekaBank’s property lending business. Real Estate Capital talks to him about his plans.
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