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We predict debt capital to shift towards alternative sectors, lenders to tackle distressed situations and banks to make strategic divestments.
In the second of a two-part review of 2020, we examine how real estate lenders continued to do business, and raise fresh capital, amid the uncertainty created by covid-19.
In the first of a two-part review of 2020, we examine how the pandemic brought the European property sector to a near-halt.
The report, authored by the business school formerly known as Cass, reveals new UK lending dropped 34% to £15.5bn in H1 2020.
Vacancy and rental levels could be on a longer-than-anticipated road to recovery, especially in western markets.
Though new relationships are still on hold throughout much of the world, many kinds of investors are still finding ways to grow their real estate exposure.
The pandemic has had a huge impact on how debt providers set prices, with different types of lenders facing different pressures.
Financing gap
New research suggests there is a real estate debt funding shortfall ahead. But the problem is unlikely to be as severe as in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.
covid impact
The investment manager expects the covid-19 crisis to create a debt funding gap, albeit far smaller than that seen after the 2007-08 crash.
The property investment arm of German insurer Allianz has acquired two office buildings in Paris as a demonstration of confidence in what many regard as a highly uncertain sector.
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