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Real Estate Capital’s data on the latest UK and continental European real estate lending deals.
The report shows a raft of organisations keen to originate debt, but deals more difficult to source.
Sales of real estate loans and lender-owned properties look set to surpass the €85.9 billion 2015 market peak this year, on the back of large-scale loan sales and securitisations of non-core debt in the Spanish and Italian markets.
Average lending margins across European real estate finance markets have increased in the last six months, while leverage has crept up in selected cities, according to new research by Cushman & Wakefield.
Germany surpassed the UK as Europe’s most active market for investment in commercial real estate in the first half of 2017, according to a report by property services firm Colliers International.
Non-performing loan sales in Portugal look set to ramp up to almost €2 billion in 2017, according to the latest research from consultancy firm Prime Yield, which is based in the country.
Debt fund capital raised in the first nine months of 2017 surpasses last year’s total, Real Estate Capital data show.
France replaced the UK as the most active European market for syndicated real estate loans amid the slowest first six months of a year since 2013.
Spain and Portugal look set to feature prominently in the European real estate loan sales market during the second half of 2017, with investment banking firm Evercore reporting €44.1 billion of live sales in Iberia at the mid-year point.
The peaks in the last two real estate cycles were predictable and lenders could have avoided massive losses if long-term asset values had been adequately monitored, a group of senior industry figures has concluded.
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