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Sponsor-led securitisations can be challenging, but are a competitive financing option, says Reed Smith partner Iain Balkwill
There are still pockets of opportunity in this late stage of the cycle – and direct lending in the middle market is one of the most attractive, writes Clark Coffee, head of Tyndaris Real Estate.
With a wider variety of capital sources and more financeable geographies and sectors across the continent, Europe will continue to be a battlefield for property lenders, argues CBRE's Marco Rampin.
In this two-minute audio, Jim Blakemore, the head of GreenOak Real Estate's debt business, explains why he is targeting lending opportunities in continental Europe.
Against a backdrop of progress in EU exit negotiations, the UK market will present plenty of opportunities for real estate lenders, writes Mark Bladon of Investec Structured Property Finance.
Market players should help tackle the UK’s housing shortage in 2018, writes Randeesh Sandhu, CEO of residential development finance specialist Urban Exposure.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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