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As institutional allocations to real estate have grown, Hodes Weill is seeing more focus on the underlying credit risk in some of the strategies being marketed to investors.
Year in Review 2021 2022
The Minneapolis lender believes having a smaller number of clients with bigger relationships is the best way forward.
The firm also believes historic tax credits are an interesting way to finance the development of affordable housing.
While Europe’s domestic activity sets up a competitive scene for lenders, US liquidity and deal volume continues to thrive.
With a consensus set around the top property types and locations, debt fund managers at the PERE America Forum discussed ways to stand out.
The company expects to see strong rent growth over the next two years.
Scott Weiner Apollo
As origination competition intensifies, the head of real estate debt at private equity firm Apollo sees opportunity in lending to transitional assets like offices in 2022.
The firm sees a dearth of available capital for mid-market bankruptcies, for DIP financings of $50m or less.
Borrowers are tapping into ample liquidity for acquisitions and developments while lenders are being adequately compensated for risk.
The Denver company sees more liquidity for larger one-off transactions and portfolio deals.
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