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News Accolade secures €500 million of bank financing in Poland
23
May
2022

Accolade secures €500 million of bank financing in Poland

by Property Forum
Despite the turbulent economic situation, banks are readily lending money to the commercial real estate segment, with warehouses being their top choice. The industrial investor Accolade is one of the most willingly financed warehouse portfolio holders in Poland. The company benefits from over €500 million in bank loans, 40% of which has been acquired since February 2020. At the same time, in the Czech Republic, the company has signed a loan agreement with a club of banks for €137.5 million. It is the largest ever loan provided for a single industrial rental property in the CEE region.
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News Residential is banks’ new favourite, KPMG survey confirms
27
Oct
2021

Residential is banks’ new favourite, KPMG survey confirms

by Property Forum
Although real estate development, investment and lending to the sector have taken a beating due to the pandemic's effects on the global economy, according to the results of the latest edition of KPMG’s Property Lending Barometer, property lending has gained an increased importance for banks in 2021, as on the one hand real estate loan portfolios are deteriorating, and, on the other, market conditions continue to gradually improve. Moreover, the tougher times mean that lending institutions within the region are able to pick and choose what types of developments and investments to grant loans to under stricter terms and conditions.
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News Inflation pressures to ease going into 2022
22
Sep
2021

Inflation pressures to ease going into 2022

by Property Forum
The high inflation rate that averages at 5% across Central and Eastern Europe and its impact on the property sector was debated during the financing panel of CEE Property Forum 2021, Property Forum's first real-life event back in Vienna since 2019 which was attended by over 400 people coming from countries all over the region and beyond.
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News Banks are more careful financing new projects
16
Aug
2021

Banks are more careful financing new projects

by Ákos Budai
During the pandemic, banks continued to finance ongoing commercial real estate projects but they are more careful with financing new ones, looking for higher corporate credentials and imposing more restrictive conditions to fulfil. Monia Dobrescu, Partner at Romanian law firm Mușat & Asociații talked to Property Forum about the pandemic’s effects on client relationships and provided market insight from the legal advisor’s perspective.
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News Banks want to finance COVID-resistant assets
27
Jul
2021

Banks want to finance COVID-resistant assets

by Property Forum
Péter Számely, Head of Real Estate Finance Department at Austrian mortgage bank HYPO NOE talked to Property Forum about the funding of COVID-resistant property assets and the growth potential of markets in Central and Eastern Europe.
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News Murapol gets a new loan of PLN 350 million for new projects
01
Jun
2021

Murapol gets a new loan of PLN 350 million for new projects

by Property Forum
Murapol has restructured its existing debt and obtained a new loan from mBank and Bank Pekao in the amount of PLN 350 million. The developer is implementing a plan to rationalize the financing structure and to support the sustainable development of nationwide operations.
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News Impact Developer & Contractor gets €13.3 million loan
13
May
2021

Impact Developer & Contractor gets €13.3 million loan

by Property Forum
Romanian Impact Developer & Contractor said it has secured two bank loans worth more than €13 million from Libra Bank to start new investments in the Greenfield residential project, located in northern Bucharest. 
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News Banks in CEE now prefer to finance industrial/logistics assets
28
Oct
2020

Banks in CEE now prefer to finance industrial/logistics assets

by Property Forum
The industrial/logistics asset class is presently the most attractive for a majority of banks in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) following the breakout of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to results from the latest edition of KPMG’s Property Lending Barometer (PLB), an annual study by the global audit and advisory firm that attempts to measure banks’ lending sentiments in Europe’s property markets. That preference lies in contrast to where most bank finance in Europe has typically landed prior to COVID: the office segment.
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News Banks in Europe expect a slow recovery
16
Jul
2020

Banks in Europe expect a slow recovery

by Property Forum
Banks in Europe are expecting a slow recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and while they forecast that hotel and retail loan portfolios will likely be hit more considerably than office and other real estate asset classes, the majority of them believes that the impairment will be in the range of a few percentage points up to 10% in total. These are some of the early findings from the COVID-specific section of this year's edition of KPMG's Property Lending Barometer, due to be published in autumn 2020.
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News Uncertainty puts focus on ongoing projects in Bulgaria
05
May
2020

Uncertainty puts focus on ongoing projects in Bulgaria

by Property Forum
The coronavirus outbreak continues to affect people and economies deeply. In the latest online panel organized by Property Forum, three real estate professionals discussed the impacts of the coronavirus crisis on the Bulgarian property market.
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New leases

  • Heilind has leased approximately 4,000 sqm of warehouse and office space in the Hillwood Mysłowice park. Heilind distributes electrical and electronic installation components. The transaction was brokered by Cushman & Wakefield.
  • IT company Scalo is opening an office in the CitySpace space in the MidPoint 71 office building in Wrocław. The software specialists will occupy around 3.5 thousand sqm.
  • Heilind, a global distributor of connectors, relays and terminal blocks, has leased around 4,000 sq m of warehouse and office space in Hillwood Mysłowice. The lease transaction was brokered by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.

New appointments

  • Garbe Industrial Real Estate CEE expands its teams in the region with the appointments of Veronika Zacha and Jan Hradecky, both are coming from Panattoni. Veronika Zacha is joining as Senior Business Development Manager for Czechia and Jan Hradecky will hold a Project Manager position.
  • Colin King has been appointed Strategic Advisor of Romanian PropTech Bright Spaces. King has worked for over 30 years with large public companies and private mid-cap growth businesses, all with revenue well in excess of £1 billion.
  • Bryan Wilson has left Wilsons as Partner and is now Head Of CEE at DUAL Asset, a London-based comprehensive title insurance solution provider.


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