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Lending markets in second-tier cities bloom

Published on April 19th, 2017

Large banks lending in Europe’s cities have undoubtedly become more cautious over the last 12-18 months as they keep one eye on the potential for further political surprises after Brexit…

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A new exchange for an age-old problem

Published on April 18th, 2017

There have been many attempts to provide liquidity to what is an essentially an illiquid asset class, and the latest is attempting to merge technological disruption with deep-rooted tradition. The…

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Goldman hunts down €500m office portfolio

Published on April 18th, 2017

Goldman Sachs is in exclusive talks to buy a €500m pan-European office portfolio, EuroProperty can reveal, as opportunistic investors continue to put their faith in complex, higher risk deals. The…

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€1.8bn of German mega deals hit the market

Published on April 18th, 2017

Two giant transactions totalling €1.8bn are set to be imminently put on the market in Germany, with the country now firmly established as the most popular real estate investment destination…

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Why Europe’s senior debt lenders like the US

Published on April 18th, 2017

Sitting in pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank’s MIPIM apartment last month, overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean, its deputy chief executive Thomas Koentgen was in a good mood, writes FinanceWatch editor Jane Roberts. Property…

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ATP to buy 50% stake in €1.3bn Danish shopping centre portfolio

Published on April 18th, 2017

Danish pension fund ATP is in talks to buy a half stake in a shopping centre portfolio owned by a fellow Danish pension fund, EuroProperty can reveal, in what would…

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Elections in Europe: continuity and change

Published on April 18th, 2017

By David Lea, senior analyst, Control Risks If 2016 was the year of disruptive political change at the heart of the Anglo-saxon world, 2017 is the year when this might…

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Network Rail to offload £1bn railway arches portfolio

Published on March 13th, 2017

A £1bn portfolio of retail and commercial units in railway arches owned by a branch of the UK government is to be sold. The sale of the commercial estate of…

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Real estate’s movers and shakers

Published on March 13th, 2017

When EuroProperty asked more than 100 senior industry professionals who they would include in a list of the most influential real estate figures of the past 25 years, we kept…

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Lone Star readies €1.8bn Coeur Défense for blockbuster sale

Published on March 9th, 2017

Lone Star has appointed a trio of banks and brokers to advise on options for the Coeur Défense building in Paris, EuroProperty can reveal, in a process which is likely…

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A new exchange for an age-old problem

There have been many attempts to provide liquidity to what is an essentially an illiquid asset class, and the latest is attempting to merge technological disruption with deep-rooted tradition. The…

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Expo Real

  EXPO REAL is Europe’s largest real estate and investment trade fair. It represents the whole supply chain of the international real estate sector—all the important sectors are there, from…

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