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Securitized real estate debt has been battered by the covid-19 pandemic. Now institutional managers must decide what to do about it.
Asia-Pacific real estate funds recorded the biggest year-on-year growth in terms of total capital raised in the first half of 2020.
PERE’s research shows a slowdown in real estate debt fundraising since a post-global financial crisis peak in 2017.
Distressed hotel deals are now visible, but access to many would-be discounted transactions in the sector looks restricted.
Real estate debt managers may need to lower their performance expectations as banks become reluctant to provide funding lines, the firm warns.
Real estate investors believe logistics will perform well through the covid-19 crisis, and sector specialists expect debt providers to remain supportive.
The consultancy used its latest Financing Property presentation to argue the pandemic is putting greater emphasis on sustainability in real estate finance.
A nine-month ‘national timeout’ for the hospitality sector will bolster liquidity, according to the private wealth law firm.
The chief executive officer of LCI Investment and former global real estate head of sovereign wealth fund Abu Dhabi Investment Authority describes a property lending market in need of significant rebasing.
The economic fallout from covid-19 has stoked fears of a liquidity crisis in US commercial property lending.
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