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A belief that more stable macroeconomic conditions are ahead is encouraging market participants to resolve situations of stress, and tackle refinancing needs.
Remuneration growth has slowed in European real estate debt markets. But non-bank lenders have narrowed the gap with the big payers in the investment banking sector.
As a new economic reality comes into focus, real estate companies will be working with much uncertainty in the months ahead.
REC Europe’s most popular stories of the year included in-depth analysis of the impact of rising interest rates and the refinancing challenge facing the industry.
City of London
The latest Bayes Business School report shows there was £23.7bn of origination in the first half of the year, in line with the same period in 2021.
Roy March Eastdil
The chief executive at the real estate investment bank discusses how he gets clients comfortable with investing during volatile times.
With further interest rate increases expected, lenders in the UK are finding it difficult to underwrite new loans.
Houses Parliament, London
The UK’s economic course under prime minister Liz Truss is uncertain at a time of significant headwinds.
Lenders in the US multifamily sector are adapting to the dramatic rental increases of the past six months.
Inflation and interest rates look set rise and recession looms, but some lenders see higher loan pricing and less competition as an opportunity.

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