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  • August 14, 2019

    Stamford Capital courting overseas investors

    With banks now requiring 100-120% debt coverage for overseas buyers and local appetite reducing for off-the-plan apartments due to Opal and Mascot towers incidents, non-bank lenders have developed zero pre-sales product to cater to this market. Click here to read the full article.

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  • July 5, 2019

    Lending after the storm

    Figures show the changing appetite of lenders. As the banking sector recovers from the perfect storm created by APRA restraints, the royal commission and the final Hayne report, lenders are looking to grow their loan books and develop new products for the changing market, according to Stamford Capital’s 2019 Real Estate Debt Capital Markets Survey. […]

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  • July 2, 2019

    Suntec REIT secures Pyrmont’s Workshop for $297m

    We are delighted to announce Singapore-based Suntec REIT has recently finalised the acquisition of the Workshop office building in Pyrmont, an A-grade asset being developed by one of our clients Milligan Property Group in partnership with Stamford Capital Australia and Quintet Partners. To read the article from The Australian written by Ben Wilmot Click here

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  • June 15, 2019

    Pre-sale criteria continues to constrict development

    Australia’s banking sector is in recover mode after being hit by the perfect storm of influences, according to a new industry survey from Stamford Capital. Due to the effects of APRA restraints, the Royal Commission and resulting Hayne Report, pre-sale criteria continues to constrict residential development, according to Stamford Capital’s Real Estate Debt Capital Markets […]

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  • April 30, 2019

    Commercial finance trends in Australia’s post Hayne Report climate

    As Australia’s banking sector continues its recovery from the perfect storm of APRA restraints, the Royal Commission and resulting Hayne Report – pre-sale criteria continues to constrict residential development, lenders are looking to size up loan books and scramble to develop new products for the changing market and many anticipate an interest rate decrease, according […]

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  • April 17, 2019

    Eastern states stats don’t apply to SA claims report

    Eastern states stats don’t apply to SA claims reportAs Australia’s banking sector continues its recovery from the royal commission and resulting Hayne report, pre-sale requirements continue to constrain residential development with lenders looking to size up loan books and develop new products says a new real estate survey from a national finance broker. But, claims […]

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  • April 16, 2019

    NAB tips peak-to-trough house price decline of 20pc

    NAB has downgraded its house price forecast for 2019 after weak conditions early this year were worse than expected. Sydney and Melbourne will continue to lead the decline, but the major lender now anticipating peak-to-trough falls of 20% and 15% respectively. Perth is expected to remain weak, while the other capitals will hold up. To […]

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  • April 10, 2019

    More private commercial lenders offering loans without pre-sales

    More than a third of private lenders in Australia are starting to offer loans to residential developers without pre-sales commitment, as tough times in the housing market call for more fluid lending, an annual survey by lending broker Stamford Capital reveals. Nearly all of the major banks still require pre-sales of apartments and new homes […]

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  • November 20, 2018

    Stamford Capital expands into Victoria

    We are delighted to advise Henry Buwalda has joined the Stamford team to lead our Victorian operations. Henry brings to Stamford a great deal of experience, in particular in Victorian property markets, having led various teams across multiple banks in Melbourne for over 35 years. Through that time, Henry has built a wealth of knowledge […]

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  • November 10, 2018

    Hayne Report to hit home developers and commercial lending

    It has been impossible to avoid reports on the banking royal commission’s findings, yet most analysis has focused on the impact of proposed changes on the mortgage broking sector. Few commentators have discussed the inevitable flow-on effects on the residential property development sector and its many related industries. Click here to read full article by […]

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  • September 30, 2018

    AustSuper to finance $145m complex

    Stamford Capital is delighted to have played a key role in this transaction. Click here to read full article by Ben Wilmot in The Australian.

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  • Sunny skies for Brisbane apartment market

    It’s widely accepted within industry circles that we are through the worst of the headwinds that the Brisbane apartment market will experience. The supply has all but dried up (certainly in the inner ring) and almost all key indicators affecting forward-looking pricing for the Brisbane apartment market are improving, albeit from a low base. Broadly […]

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  • March 1, 2018

    Greater role for broker specialists: Stamford

    Commercial property finance broker Stamford Capital has set up shop in South Australia, vowing to ease the funding constraints facing local developers and investors. The Adelaide office of the national group is being led by director Adam Miller, who has more than 20 years’ experience in the sector, including senior roles at NAB and BankSA. […]

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  • January 29, 2018

    Stamford expands into Adelaide

    Stamford Capital has opened an office in Adelaide as part of its national expansion and appointed Adam Miller as Director. Miller brings over 20 years’ experience in the commercial property sector spanning valuation, asset management and banking, he has held a range of senior roles at financial intuitions such as Bank SA (a division of […]

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  • June 10, 2017

    Commercial development leased by French Public relations company

    Stamford Capital has been working with Milligan Group since both our inceptions. We are proud to announce that French advertising and public relations company Publicis Groupe has leased the office space at 21 Harris Street, Pyrmont with developer Milligan Group. The development was backed by Stamford Capital Investments and Quintet Partners. Click here to view […]

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  • February 28, 2016

    Investors and developers face mini credit crunch

    Commercial property investors and developers can expect a mini credit crunch from Australian banks this year as the rising cost of funds and new regulations start to bite. Intermediaries between banks and investors, as well as several non bank lenders, are already seeing conditions tighten despite the latest data form the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority […]

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  • February 2, 2016

    Best of NSW crowned at sold-out event

    More than 20 mortgage professionals across New South Wales received top honours at The Adviser’s Better Business Awards last night. Over 500 people gathered at Sydney’s Sofitel ballroom to recognise the award winners across a range of categories. Raymond Xue of ACA Mortgage Solution took out the most coveted gong of the night, Broker of […]

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  • August 10, 2015

    APRA changes for banks likely to hit property sector

    Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)’s proposed change to increase equity allocation on mortgages has been a hot topic for some time within banking circles and its implications will soon be felt across the property development and construction sectors. Click here to download the full article.

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  • February 10, 2015

    Institutional funds provide welcome market support

    The past six to nine months have been dynamic for the commercial real estate lending market, in particular the non-bank lending sector, where reduced competition during the GFC stagnated growth and hindered access to capital. Click here to view the whole article.

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