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Industry participants at this year’s CREFC Autumn Conference heard how underwriting the relevant technologies, understanding demographic changes and pre-empting the end of LIBOR will be critical to effective lending.
Debt providers should be aware of the segments attracting new equity investment in order to identify trends transforming the retail and leisure sectors.
Although the H1 2019 survey recorded an increase in origination, it also highlighted areas of concern for debt providers.
The latest Cass report on UK real estate lending found new loan origination to have increased by 4% to £23.4bn in H1 2019 despite fewer property transactions and increased political risks.
A flurry of acquisitions this week demonstrate how the region’s brick-and-mortar shops remain in play for certain investors.
Although traditional debt providers have become more cautious about the stateside shopping sector, newer lenders are looking for opportunities. By Michelle Phillips
Lenders should encourage valuers to assess retail properties as operational assets, says Ellandi’s Mark Robinson.
Retail property needs to adapt to survive. And to ensure it has an adequate supply of debt, lenders and borrowers must adjust their approach.
CBRE’s head of loan advisory expects an increasing number of non-performing retail loans to hit the market in the next two years.
UK retail real estate values are falling, forcing lenders to question their exposure to the sector. Download our presentation for more.
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