Insights

  • 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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  • October 2, 2020

    Real Estate Debt Capital Markets Survey 2020

    In early 2020 the real estate debt capital market was quietly optimistic. By January, the residential market had recovered almost all of the losses suffered between 2017 and 2019. Most lenders were looking for new opportunities to reduce their loan books, with 87% expected to maintain or loosen their investment credit criteria. And then COVID-19 […]

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  • April 11, 2019

    Real Estate Debt Capital Markets Survey 2019

    With Australia’s property market now in decline, it’s time to deal with the reality. Property developers and investors are seeking new opportunities in a more challenging market as the promise of the property boom wears thin and presales become next to impossible. In a post-Hayne Report environment, major banks are still hamstrung by stringent credit […]

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  • May 1, 2018

    Real Estate Debt Capital Markets Survey 2018

    After riding high through the property boom, Australia’s developers and property investors have faced tight liquidity constraints and challenging yields over the past year – especially in riskier pockets of oversupply. This is likely to become business as usual in the year ahead. But how will capital providers respond to the shift in the market? […]

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