Insights

  • July 28, 2021

    Lockdowns still not enough to subdue market liquidity

    The past 12 months have been an interesting time in the debt capital markets and indeed, the property sector in general. What started with a cloud of COVID-19 uncertainty – as we all held our breath to see how the markets would respond – ended with more capital in the market than we have ever […]

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  • May 13, 2021

    Capital Supply Tipped to Exceed Demand

    Lenders are lining up to provide capital on new projects as the property industry suddenly becomes an attractive prospect, a swift turnaround on the situation six months ago. Both bank and non-bank lenders are trying to take advantage of the real estate market, granting more opportunities for developers, however capital supply could outpace demand, according […]

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  • May 12, 2021

    Private capital floods back into real estate debt ‘like a boomerang’

    Private capital chasing higher yields in the booming property market has fuelled an explosion of new non-bank lenders offering construction and investment loans this year, according to one of the country’s leading commercial mortgage brokers, Stamford Capital. “[Lending] has come back like a boomerang. There was a huge dip [last year during the pandemic] but […]

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  • May 11, 2021

    Real Estate Debt Capital Markets Survey 2021

    What a difference six months makes. With Australia’s residential real estate markets running red hot, interest rates at close to zero, and few alternatives for yield, real estate debt is certainly looking attractive. And private lenders are following non-bank lenders into the arena. While there may still be pockets of concern, including commercial and retail […]

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