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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.
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As operational real estate becomes the norm across the property industry, so-called ‘alternative’ assets are no longer on the periphery for investors or lenders.
Debt providers are exploring new sectors, alternative lenders’ influence is growing, and banks are keen to push their green credentials.
Insurance companies like the Italian giant are capitalising on institutional demand for real estate lending strategies.
A drop in lending activity, the appeal of operational assets and increased development finance are among the key findings highlighted by the debt advisor.
3d Heap of colorful numbers
Our annual list of debt providers having the greatest impact on European property markets will be published in September. Here’s a taste of it.
TOP 10
From one of Europe’s largest insurers launching into real estate debt to a handy comparison of pay grades in the property finance market, here are our top stories of 2019 so far.
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The arrival of 5G, demand from ‘hyper-scalers’ and the need for facilities close to cities are among the factors supporting long-term growth.
The decision by Lloyds to share its top real estate job between two people highlights the importance of keeping up with social change.
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