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Less cyclical? Maybe. More complex? Definitely

The conservative use of debt by commercial property investors has reduced the likelihood of boom-and-bust, but the market is becoming more intricate in this elongated cycle.

The UK build-to-rent debt market needs more data

The pipeline of purpose-built rental housing for the UK has never been fuller. But while institutional equity is bullish, the sector’s lenders need more clarity on market metrics.

It’s time for lenders to consider customer care

Debt providers stand to benefit from property owners’ growing focus on customer experience.

REC Awards 2018: Last chance to vote!

The polls for our annual awards close at midnight on Friday. Don’t miss the chance to have your say.

Alternative lenders to capitalise on Brexit confusion, says Link

The Real Estate Finance unit of Link Asset Services, which is launching its third survey of the UK property lending market, expects banks to be more cautious as Britain’s exit from the EU nears.

REC Awards 2018: Last week of voting!

As the voting deadline for Real Estate Capital’s annual awards draws near, competition is fierce across several categories.

2018 review: REC’s interview highlights

During 2018, Real Estate Capital heard from many players in the European real estate finance market. Here is a taste of what they had to say on the industry’s key topics.

REC Awards 2018: Keep the votes coming!

Why not take a moment during the festive period to have your say on 2018’s top performers?

LOOK AHEAD 2019: Rising rates and more debt for development

The ‘new normal’ level of interest rates will be lower than many expect, forecasts Paul Coates, executive director and head of debt and structured finance EMEA at CBRE.

The 10 trends that shaped the market in 2018

An influx of capital to the sector, the return of CMBS and the hunt for extra yield were among the year’s most influential trends.

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