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Although property debt specialists have concerns about market conditions, the industry body's Q1 sentiment survey indicates many are cautiously optimistic.
There was little change to senior lending terms for prime European offices during the last quarter of 2020, according to the latest figures from the property consultancy.
Consultancy finds that financing developments in Europe’s mature real estate markets appears to be good business for lenders with higher risk appetites.
The firm now expects geared total returns on prime offices to be 3.5 percent per year higher than it calculated at the end of 2019.
The Commercial Real Estate Finance Council Europe's latest sentiment survey shows there is plenty of concern about covid’s continued ability to cause havoc.
Real estate lenders in Europe are more cautious about lending against retail and, to a lesser extent, offices, according to consultancy CBRE. Its Q3 data debt terms have changed markedly since Q4 2019, with retail most affected and logistics least affected. However, CBRE says higher margins and lower loan-to-values have had a small negative impact […]
However, the latest findings from the Commercial Real Estate Finance Council Europe are not quite as bleak as those in Q2.
Sentiment among lenders towards European real estate financing improved during Q2. However, CBRE warns that debt providers remain cautious about tenants’ ability to pay rent.
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The £180m loan for a new luxury London hotel is one of the few financing deals closed in the sector since the pandemic began.
A survey by Link Group shows few property finance professionals saw coronavirus as a major threat in January.

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