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Syndication is slow and capital value forecasts are bleak, but CMBS transactions remain liquid and real estate is expected to retain relative value.
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With commercial properties shuttered and daily life shifted online, data-centric real estate has thus found itself higher on investor wish-lists.
The business school’s end-year 2019 survey results show defaults were on the rise pre-covid-19, but that the market entered the crisis in a nonetheless stable state.
After a lofty point in the investment cycle saw the definition of prime real estate become flexible, investors are now unwilling to tolerate extra risk without additional rewards.
The pandemic will make it difficult to invest capital during the first half of the year but declines in asset pricing are expected to help deal volumes rebound in H2 2020.
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Trimont’s Michael Delaney argues that while the covid-19 crisis dominates the real estate lending market, the transition from LIBOR remains of crucial importance.
Lenders are facing calls to grant interest payment holidays, force majeure is on people's minds, and operational property is expected to be hardest hit.
A survey by Link Group shows few property finance professionals saw coronavirus as a major threat in January.
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Our conversations with debt providers suggest many will favour a collaborative approach to dealing with difficulties faced by borrowers.
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German lenders are lost for words, opportunistic credit specialists are gearing up, and sponsors are dealing with a loss of income.
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