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The UK’s upstart lenders are earning credibility

Many of the emergent lenders targeting the country’s smaller-scale property loan space have yet to prove their staying power, but some are building solid businesses.
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OakNorth: Loan-on-loan lending helps to grow the property loan book

The challenger bank’s debt finance director Mohith Sondhi speaks about loan-on-loan lending in the real estate market.
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Property debt gap for UK regional markets widens

Lenders keep favouring exposure to central London, despite higher demand for real estate finance in the regions

Real estate debt investors must build around Brexit

The UK has been a hotbed for real estate debt funds, but uncertainty over Brexit and a high level of competitiveness are taking their toll.
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Five takeaways from the Cass report

An increase in lending activity, a retreat by the German banks and a drop in residential development finance are among the key trends highlighted by the business school’s latest report on UK property lending.

Laxfield: borrowers show higher appetite for leverage

The debt advisor and investment manager saw in 2018 higher requests for loans with LTVs ranging between 65% and 70%, according to its latest UK CRE Debt Barometer.

Cass: UK property lenders increase activity despite drop in investment

The latest Cass report on UK real estate lending found new loan origination to have increased by 12% to £49.6bn in 2018, despite Brexit uncertainty.

Why Round Hill sees an opportunity in UK residential debt

The real estate investor has backed the recently launched Hilltop, which aims to lend £125m to SME developers over the next 12 months.

Goldman Sachs makes UK build-to-rent debut with £118m development loan

Merchant banking division provides its first multifamily loan in the country to develop Birmingham’s tallest residential building.

International banks provide £625m for London’s HSBC tower, despite Brexit uncertainty

The Qatar Investment Authority has signed a debt facility with a syndicate of six banks to refinance its global headquarters in the Canary Wharf financial district.
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