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LOOK AHEAD 2018: Political outcomes will lead to greater clarity for real estate

Investors will continue a flight to security in 2018 as political stability remains a chief concern but the fog of Brexit should reveal a path ahead, forecasts David Seymour, real estate partner, at the law firm Ropes & Gray.

LOOK AHEAD 2018: Time to reassess risk

As we enter a new year, real estate markets are changing fast and lenders should reconsider assumptions about property fundamentals, writes Yolande Barnes, head of Savills World Research.

LOOK AHEAD 2018: ‘Risk off’ with selective focus on growth areas

Anne Gales, founding partner at Capital advisory firm Threadmark sees four strategies in Europe that should resonate with investors and managers keen to minimise risk next year.

When a rate hike isn’t really a rate hike

The UK’s first interest rate rise in a decade has not ruffled feathers in the real estate market, and nor should it, comments Colliers' Walter Boettcher (pictured).

Europe needs a crash test

Work needs to be done, but ‘adjusted market value’ can alert property lenders to looming drops in value, in good time, argues Rupert Clarke (pictured) of the Property Industry Alliance

Guest comment: Time for some student revision?

The UK student accommodation sector is facing headwinds, writes Hayley Scott of Investec Structured Property Finance.
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