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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.
The growth rate in new German commercial property finance business halved during 2016 to 10 percent and is set to decrease to 5 percent this year, the latest German Debt Project Report has shown.
A diverse mix of lenders is willing to finance a broad range of property across the UK, although the leverage and pricing they are prepared to offer varies significantly, new research from Capita Real Estate Finance has shown.
It’s a mixed picture in European real estate lending, with volumes increasing in Germany, the Benelux and Nordics, but declining in the UK, according to the latest European Lending Survey for Spring 2017 from Cushman & Wakefield.
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