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Amid continuing low interest rates, ease of availability and low return requirements, senior loans in Germany are tipped to “increase in attractiveness in the future” according to the EY Real Estate Capital Radar Germany 2016 report.
Engel & Voelkers Investment Consulting (EVIC) has appointed Thorsten Brogt as executive director of business development to oversee the roll out of its distressed debt/real estate opportunity funds unit.
German commercial real estate lending margins could come in by 20 basis points to as low as 109 bps by 2016, a poll of lenders in the country predicted.
The Loan Market Association (LMA) has launched new documentation intended to standardise German-law real estate loan agreements.
pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank has provided a €63m senior loan to Cerberus Capital Management to refinance three German retail properties. The funds will also be used to refurbish the three shopping centres located in Bielefeld, Bonn and Konstanz.
Margins for German property loans will fall and loan-to-value ratios will rise says the forecast for this year and next in the second annual survey of German commercial real estate lending by the International Real Estate Business School, part of the University of Regensburg. The forecast is in contrast to the position last year. Across […]
A German pension fund has made another large investment in debt, providing €450m for the refinancing of Mall of Berlin in the German capital. Bayerische Versorgungskammer (BVK) contributed the senior portion of a larger €600m refinancing of the new shopping centre, which saw Deutsche Hypo take a subordinate tranche of €80m and two credit funds of BNP […]

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