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Why lenders are funding niche property debt platforms

Credit lines for specialist lending platforms are becoming a sought-after investment.

DRC explores the whole loan market with £700m fund

The London-based debt fund manager has held a final close on a fund which offers loans up to 70% LTV in the UK.

What we learned from Cass

An uptick in acquisition financing, borrowers addressing debt needs ahead of Brexit, and an aversion to lending to retail are among the trends emerging from the latest report on UK property lending.

Cass data reveal a revival in UK property lenders’ fortunes

Despite Brexit uncertainty, debt originations increased by 27% following two years of no growth in new lending.

Higher leverage and more active challenger banks: lessons from JCRA’s data

Analysis of UK real estate finance transactions in which the debt and hedging advisor played a role during the past two years highlights wider market trends.

UK CRE lending has been loss-making for three cycles, industry watchers claim

Property lenders must create late-cycle strategies to avoid the “profitability black hole” of previous cycles, a debt working group has urged.

Europe’s Top 40 Lenders 2018, part 1: The UK and German banks

More organisations than ever before are aiming to provide debt across Europe’s commercial property markets. In the first of three instalments, Real Estate Capital profiles those making the biggest impact.

Laxfield raises additional £250m for UK debt fund

The vehicle has been upsized to £750m on the back of ‘strong’ demand from borrowers, coupled with investors’ appetite, says director Alexandra Lanni.

Aviva provides £264.5m healthcare loan

Healthcare REIT MedicX has refinanced £233.7m of existing loans from the insurer, while increasing the facility by £30.8m.

Australia’s largest pension fund enters European property lending

AustralianSuper has teamed up with TH Real Estate in a £280m London development financing.

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