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Korea’s Hana sees Europe as a more favourable debt market than the US

Jaewook Kang, managing director of Hana Financial Investment, speaks with Real Estate Capital about investment opportunities and debt liquidity across Europe.

Will debt for retail real estate dry up?

Retail property values are falling, forcing lenders to question their exposure to the sector.

Lenders can be part of the solution for retail

Debt providers and borrowers need to work together if they are to help struggling shopping properties.

Beds, sheds and debt: JLL’s tips for 2019

Real estate debt is a “great place to hide out” at this stage of the cycle, attendees at JLL’s UK predictions event heard.

LOOK AHEAD 2019: Where lenders will deploy capital

Debt providers canvassed by Real Estate Capital discuss where they see prospects for financing in the new year.
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Atrium choses bank loan over bonds for its Polish retail refinancing

Retail specialist sees more attractive secured financing costs as it refinances debt used for the acquisition of Poland’s Wars Sawa Junior retail complex.

Why lenders should get to know Spain’s SOCIMIs

Almost a decade since the launch of the Spanish equivalent to the REIT regime, listed property vehicles are creating significant business in the debt space.

Investor loyalty to European retail real estate is about to be tested

A sector-wide dump of property is scheduled between now and 2020. The period will be a litmus test for the asset class.

UK pricing survey: Shopping crisis hits forecasts

Shops are most likely to feature at the top of investors' sell-lists, according to the latest Real Estate Capital and Colliers International pricing survey.

Shop carefully in the retail space

The UK retail sector may be in crisis, but amid the challenges lenders can still find opportunities.
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