Home Loan sales
John Grayken has run one of the most successful private equity real estate businesses in the world for almost three decades, staying true to strict but simple investing principles. He tells affiliate title PERE what they are.
Paul Lloyd, CEO of Loan Servicer of the Year: Europe winner Mount Street, explains how technology and an understanding of clients’ debt portfolios are crucial to obtaining business in the European loan servicing market.
Gifford West of non-performing loan advisory firm Alpine Tremont says the pandemic’s impact on consumer behaviour means a wave of real estate loan defaults is inevitable.
The London-headquartered loan servicer has partnered with an Athens-based investment group as it sees growing volumes of NPLs trade in the market.
The southeast Europe-focused investment manager has closed a €55m non-performing loan deal in Greece and provided fresh capital to a hospitality owner in the country.
The California-based asset manager sees a short-term window to acquire distressed loans secured by high-quality assets, with plans to do one or two of these deals each month.
Sector specialists say the anticipated sale will create a way forward for lenders and investors working on distressed shopping centres in the country.
Opportunistic lenders are gearing up to provide debt in distressed situations. But market participants do not expect an abundance of distressed deals during the market's recovery phase.
Commercial mortgage-backed securities issuance in Europe is gaining traction, with six deals launched so far this year.
Another major shed portfolio financing this week demonstrates real estate lenders’ sustained appetite for logistics exposure.
12Page 1 of 2