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How lenders are responding to the US ‘retail apocalypse’

Although traditional debt providers have become more cautious about the stateside shopping sector, newer lenders are looking for opportunities. By Michelle Phillips

Retail property investor urges a fresh approach to valuation

Lenders should encourage valuers to assess retail properties as operational assets, says Ellandi’s Mark Robinson.

Financing retail requires an urgent rethink

Retail property needs to adapt to survive. And to ensure it has an adequate supply of debt, lenders and borrowers must adjust their approach.

UK retail NPL portfolios expected to be put up for sale

CBRE’s head of loan advisory expects an increasing number of non-performing retail loans to hit the market in the next two years.

DOWNLOAD: What now for retail property lending?

UK retail real estate values are falling, forcing lenders to question their exposure to the sector. Download our presentation for more.

Is retail tipping from ‘no-go’ to ‘go-go’? 

For some of the delegates at MIPIM, the ‘retail train wreck’ is creating discounted opportunities across equity and debt, says our sister title, PERE.

Korea’s Hana sees Europe as a more favourable debt market than the US

Jaewook Kang, managing director of Hana Financial Investment, speaks with Real Estate Capital about investment opportunities and debt liquidity across Europe.

Will debt for retail real estate dry up?

Retail property values are falling, forcing lenders to question their exposure to the sector.

Lenders can be part of the solution for retail

Debt providers and borrowers need to work together if they are to help struggling shopping properties.
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