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Five things US borrowers should consider in 2019

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.

US debt funds fight for territory

Private real estate debt vehicles need to prove their value to investors in a more crowded and competitive market.

BlackRock creates $11bn+ real assets debt group

Erik Savi’s exit is accelerating the combination of infrastructure and real estate debt into a single platform, a plan that was already in the works.

Madison Realty Capital nears $1bn close for RE debt fund

The firm’s latest credit vehicle has already significantly outpaced its predecessor fund, which closed on $695m.

Invesco RE debt-equity fund locks down at least $205m toward $500m goal

The fund will deploy capital in Europe and North America.

Ares raising open-end RE debt fund, lands commitment from SIC

The New Mexico sovereign wealth fund has invested $242m in the Los Angeles-based manager’s vehicles since 2014.

Currency costs are alienating the US for Korean investors

Rising hedging costs have diminished appetite for American real estate in favor of European.

How equity investors measure the financials behind sustainability

Across the world, real estate owners have made progress in making their portfolios sustainable. However, quantifying the impact of green practices on real estate investments remains difficult.

AXA IM’s US acquisition expands its debt playing field

Through its purchase of a debt business from Quadrant, the French giant has gained access to a greater set of lending opportunities, and the ability to be more selective.

Aareal’s new lending volumes up as it keeps US drive

The German bank generated €6.1bn of new real estate loans in the first nine months of 2018, up 7% year-on-year despite lower activity in Europe.

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