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Growth in the global real estate market was muted across almost all countries in 2018 because of currencies depreciating against the US dollar, according to a July report by MSCI.
A key concern for institutional investors in 2019 is abundant capital in real estate driving down returns and adding more risk, according to the global placement advisory firm Probitas Partners.
The mind gap warning at a train station, with yellow studs for the blind
Lenders keep favouring exposure to central London, despite higher demand for real estate finance in the regions
The results of Link Asset Services' latest lending market survey show growing caution among debt providers.
Analysis of the latest commercial real estate lending data, provided by CBRE, shows debt terms are favourable for sponsors.
Debt funds drove hiring activity across the European real estate debt market in 2018, research from Paragon Search Partners shows.
Capital raised for real estate debt funds with a European focus fell to $5.74bn last year – down 46% from its 2017 high, Real Estate Capital data show.
Data published during the year reveal relatively stable European financing conditions and a revived CMBS market.
The total cost of senior borrowing increased in Q3 2018 across the whole of Europe, excluding three markets, CBRE’s European Debt Map shows.
A lack of product amid strong competition is the top challenge facing real estate finance professionals surveyed by the Loan Market Association.
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