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James Macdonald, head of China research at Savills, explains why the country’s developers will increasingly turn to international lenders for finance.
Defensive investing in the current low interest rate environment was among the central themes at the annual real estate conference of our sister publication PERE in New York.
The latest Emerging Trends Europe report highlights the topics industry participants believe will shape the property industry next year.
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Matthew Van Lorson, from advisory firm Sanova Real Estate Finance, explains why family offices present an opportunity to property lenders.
A flurry of acquisitions this week demonstrate how the region’s brick-and-mortar shops remain in play for certain investors.
Cain International’s Graham Keable explains why the firm recently wrote a £56m loan against a London retirement home.
Just as the Brexit vote dampened activity, this year’s political uncertainty is taking its toll. But, as in 2016, certain sectors remain resilient, writes Lorna Brown of Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets
The dubious case involving Blackstone in Milan is only the latest obstacle for foreign investors.
Rising interest rates, CMBS volatility and the likelihood of higher spreads are among the factors borrowers in the US need to think about, writes Ryan Krauch of Mesa West Capital.
SoftBank’s interest in WeWork has waned, prompting questions about what the value is in co-working businesses.
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