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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.
Tailwinds including government support and opportunities in the build-to-rent sector will support the housing market over the next year, writes Randeesh Sandhu, CEO of residential development lender Urban Exposure.
Debt providers will see rising interest rates, slower growth in European markets and more political uncertainty in 2019.
Building a resilient portfolio with a focus on income is what will drive outperformance in the next stage of the cycle, the Swiss bank says.
While some lenders are writing risky UK development loans, they are unlikely to destabilise the lending market, writes Mark Bladon of Investec Structured Property Finance
Lending to a singular alternative real estate sector means a firm must be ready to underwrite a property type’s unique risk and demonstrate specialist expertise.
A sector-wide dump of property is scheduled between now and 2020. The period will be a litmus test for the asset class.
Soaring values should give lenders pause for thought, but European logistics fundamentals remain solid for now.
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