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The country’s real estate market is in recovery mode and offers opportunities for debt providers.
The eurozone is rebounding and property markets look resolute, but lenders should not be complacent.
The property industry, including the lending community, must respond to the harassment scandal.
Its populist government is a cause for concern, but real estate market fundamentals make the country worthy of consideration.
Efforts to reform banking will bolster real estate finance markets.
Whether by geography, sector or product, real estate finance providers are broadening their scope. Alternative lenders, particularly, are set to benefit from the drive to diversify.
Credit will provide a major access point into real estate for an increasing number of investors in the year ahead.
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.

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