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VIDEO: Europe’s CMBS revival is “sustainable”

Christian Aufsatz, head of European structured finance at rating agency DBRS, expects market dynamics to support a continued revival of Europe’s commercial real estate securitisation market.

Five things US borrowers should consider in 2019

Rising interest rates, CMBS volatility and the likelihood of higher spreads are among the factors borrowers in the US need to think about, writes Ryan Krauch of Mesa West Capital.

US debt funds fight for territory

Private real estate debt vehicles need to prove their value to investors in a more crowded and competitive market.

2018 review: The year in quotes

During 2018, Real Estate Capital heard from many players in the European real estate finance market. Here is a taste of what they had to say on the industry’s key topics.

2018’s real estate finance market in six charts

Data published during the year reveal relatively stable European financing conditions and a revived CMBS market.

The 10 trends that shaped the market in 2018

An influx of capital to the sector, the return of CMBS and the hunt for extra yield were among the year’s most influential trends.

Deutsche and SocGén bolster 2018’s European CMBS revival

The two banks have issued the first post-crisis transaction with significant French real estate exposure.

News in numbers: CMBS yields creep out

Pricing for A-notes in the latest securitisation deals indicates spreads are widening.

What the latest CMBS deal tells us about the structured finance market

BAML’s Devonshire Square transaction in London comes amid widening pricing in the securitisation space.

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