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News Property players in CEE face more expensive financing terms
30
Sep
2022

Property players in CEE face more expensive financing terms

by Property Forum
Although financing has become more expensive for real estate companies in the past 12 months, transactions are still being carried out, pointed out speakers in the financing strategies panel of CEE Property Forum 2022 in Vienna.
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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 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 Bank lending stays strong in Poland
05
Feb
2018

Bank lending stays strong in Poland

by Import Sys
In 2017, real estate transactions hit a record-breaking volume of € 5 billion, up by nearly 10% on the previous year. Bank financing for properties remained unchanged, averaging approximately 60% of each property’s value. Cushman & Wakefield has published its opinion on the commercial property lending market in Poland, written by Mira Kantor-Pikus, Partner, Equity, Debt & Structured Finance, Capital Markets at Cushman & Wakefield Poland.
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News CEE offers the most favourable debt terms in Europe
15
Sep
2017

CEE offers the most favourable debt terms in Europe

by Import Sys
The markets of Budapest, Bucharest, and Warsaw, in addition to Milan and Oslo, offer the most amenable conditions for both lenders and borrowers, according CBRE’s research.
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New leases

  • In June, two new outlets will open in Outlet Lublin. Ochnik has decided to expand its existing shop to 350 sqm. Fabryka Ogólnego Rozwoju has joined the tenants of the facility and leased 770 sqm.
  • Warsaw's Skyliner has gained a new tenant. Xperi, an American technology company, will occupy nearly 3,000 sqm of space in the office building.
  • Business Services Center, a networking organisation for Polish entrepreneurs under the banner of BNI, BNI+ and Corporate Connections, has joined the group of tenants in the DL Tower building in Katowice. The company will occupy a space of 240 sqm.

New appointments

  • SVN Romania appointed Gabriel Voicu (Executive Vice President), Victor Vremera (COO) and Mircea Marin (Senior Sales Project Manager) as partners of the New Homes Division. The three have provided consultancy services for residential projects counting 20,000 residential units with a combined investment of over €1 billion.
  • STERENN, a consultancy firm specializing in hospitality market entry and real estate asset sourcing, proudly announces the addition of Bryan Wilson to its Advisory Board. Bryan Wilson brings a wealth of expertise in real estate transactions, particularly within the hospitality sector. He co-founded Wilsons, a prominent law firm in Prague, and is a UK-registered lawyer and now heads up the CEE region for DUAL Asset, transactional risk insurers.
  • MLP Group’s management team has added new members - Katarzyna Misztal (Leasing Manager), Paweł Reszczyński (Senior Land Acquisition Manager), Zuzanna Pukaluk , Mateusz Sobczak (both a Project Managers) and Szymon Grochowski ( Land Acquisition Manager). In their new roles, they will be entrusted with land acquisition and preparation for upcoming projects, oversight over construction and project work, space commercialisation and tenant relationships.

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