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Among the key trends highlighted in the past 10 days, lenders to UK real estate are left to ponder their borrowers’ plight following an extension to the ban on tenant evictions.
Technology, innovation and the rise of the millennials are transforming commercial real estate. We explore opportunity and threats amid a global pandemic.
Quintain Lone Star
Brexit and covid have been cause for concern for managers and investors. But some institutions have continued to forge ahead despite the challenges.
Logistics
During 2021, equity capital will be diverted from offices and shops to beds and sheds, creating demand for debt finance. But lenders should not overlook opportunities elsewhere.
Market disruption caused by the pandemic will create value-add and opportunistic investment opportunities in the two sectors, according to the Swiss investment bank.
The report, authored by the business school formerly known as Cass, reveals new UK lending dropped 34% to £15.5bn in H1 2020.
Vacancy and rental levels could be on a longer-than-anticipated road to recovery, especially in western markets.
Office scene
Writing loans against office property is currently difficult. But lenders were already pondering the evolution of the sector before covid made things more complicated.
The emerging co-living sector taps into demand for affordable housing solutions in gateway cities and from young professionals who value experience more than assets.
Measuring risk
The crisis has intensified prior sentiment toward sectors such as logistics and retail, but has forced a major rethink of offices.
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