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Investors are exploring continental Europe’s accommodation sectors, including apartments, hotels and student housing. Cyril de Romance of real estate credit advisory firm First Growth Real Estate explains how debt providers are following
Michael Kröger of German bank Helaba evaluates the prospects of key markets in Europe and beyond.
The European commercial real estate lending market faces numerous headwinds. John Barakat, head of real estate finance at M&G Investments, explains how managers can protect their investors’ capital while generating a return.
Last year saw record real estate investment volumes, but factors including Brexit and weaker economic growth may mean 2019 is not as buoyant, writes Tom Leahy, senior director for EMEA analytics at Real Capital Analytics.
Lenders are keeping Europe’s property market financially liquid, despite Brexit and the extended nature of the current real estate cycle, argues Nassar Hussain of Brookland Partners.
Real estate debt can meet investors’ returns expectations, but managers need to navigate a more challenging late-cycle market, argue John Barakat and Peter Foldvari of M&G Investments
Riaz Azadi and Rob Weinberg, managing directors at Eastdil Secured, discuss how investors and lenders are breaking new ground in pursuit of enhanced returns.
There is finance out there for investment strategies in Continental Europe, but you need to know where to look, say Francesca Galante and Cyril de Romance, co-founders of debt advisory firm First Growth Real Estate.
ING is leveraging its international client base to grow in target markets, explains real estate finance boss Michael Shields.
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