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The UK’s small-ticket residential lending market will continue to offer attractive characteristics to institutional investors, despite rising mortgage rates, argues LendInvest’s Omega Poole.
Navigating the current debt landscape requires a blend of debt sourcing and restructuring expertise, experience and a deep network in the real estate industry, says Cyril de Romance.
Investors are increasingly cautious, but Three Stars Capital Partners’ CEO Mauro Savoia says there are still plenty of good deals to be done.
The aversion to risk among traditional lenders is creating notable opportunities for alternative debt financing instruments.
Economic volatility is having an impact on real estate financing transactions that span European national boundaries, says Drooms’ Rosanna Woods.
New investors are coming into real estate debt as an alternative to direct investment, finds Andrew Macland, head of European debt at PGIM Real Estate.
Inflation, supply/demand imbalances and the war in Ukraine are making their impact felt while investors shift capital out of public markets, say Richard Spencer, Lee Levy and Andrew White, senior real estate credit investors at Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Growing inflation
Rising inflation is both a challenge and an opportunity for alternative lenders, says Andrew Gordon, head of European real estate debt at Invesco Real Estate.
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In assessing lending risk across countries, the index solution is a better alternative to loan-to-value, argues Hanno Kowalski, managing partner with Berlin-based alternative lender FAP Invest
Global head of CRE private debt Antonio de Laurentiis explains how AXA IM Alts has adapted its deployment strategies to meet risk/return expectations amid market volatility.

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