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According to the co-working company’s EMEA real estate head, its rescue by SoftBank allows for “very sustainable growth”. But property debt providers will need to decide if they still have faith in the business model.
James Macdonald, head of China research at Savills, explains why the country’s developers will increasingly turn to international lenders for finance.
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With SoftBank taking an 80% ownership stake in WeWork, landlords can expect a more creditworthy and stable tenant.
The UK’s regional cities are attracting lenders looking to diversify from the capital’s increasingly hot market.
Symi town cityscape, Dodecanese islands, Greece
Domestic banks are under pressure to reduce their bad loans and are on track to meet their targets.
With LIBOR on its way out, European borrowers may be encouraged to opt for property loans with fixed rates of interest.
Real estate lenders’ investments in fintech start-ups demonstrate their keenness to catch up with the times.
Debt providers are exploring new sectors, alternative lenders’ influence is growing, and banks are keen to push their green credentials.
A flurry of acquisitions this week demonstrate how the region’s brick-and-mortar shops remain in play for certain investors.
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