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Identifying problem loans early means the potential for better resolutions, says Trimont’s Amber Sefert.
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Difficult market conditions are causing challenges for US real estate, but Schroders Capital’s Michelle Russell-Dowe and Jeffrey Williams argue alternative lenders are set to benefit as embattled US banks withdraw from lending.
Private real estate lenders need to focus on underwriting in today’s uncertain market, but there are opportunities for well-funded players offering flexibility, says Kayne Anderson Real Estate’s Andrew Smith
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As the US commercial real estate market faces a wall of loan maturities – over $1.5trn over the next three years – taking a creative approach is highly important, says ArrowMark Partners’ Rob Brown.
Managing risk across cycles is both about following trends and analyzing how macro and micro issues affect individual properties and markets, says Ted Wright, an executive managing director at Trimont.
The last 12 months have seen a divergence in property type and market-level performance, but out of adversity can be found opportunities, says Invesco Real Estate’s managing director Charlie Rose.
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The life sciences sector has so far withstood volatility. Here is what lenders and investors are saying could happen next, Rob Murray writes.
The multifamily sector has consistently been a stable performer, and lenders and investors think this will not change anytime soon. By Rob Murray
As inflation and interest rates rise, Trimont believes there are mitigants to the volatility and uncertainty being seen in the market today, says Robert Brasfield.
Better, more accessible data is making it easier to manage loan portfolios – and intervene earlier as distress emerges, says Eddie Kelly, global head of loan services at Apex Group.
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