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UK commercial real estate buyers and sellers disconnected as pricing holds relatively firm during Covid-19 outbreak

UK commercial real estate buyers and sellers disconnected as pricing holds relatively firm during Covid-19 outbreak

Cushman & Wakefield’s proprietary tracker of liquidity, pricing and turnover across UK commercial property reveals a gap between vendor and purchaser expectations on pricing emerging, resulting in a growing number of assets being withdrawn from sale either permanently or temporarily, in the hope that sale conditions will improve later in the year.

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‘Alternative lenders’ will play a pivotal role in post-Covid development finance market, says Hilltop Credit Partners

‘Alternative lenders’ will play a pivotal role in post-Covid development finance market, says Hilltop Credit Partners

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the housing market hard but this does not mean that developers looking for financing are out of options, says Hilltop Credit Partners, with the firm predicting a combination of factors will translate into specialist finance providers filling the funding gap. 

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The Future of Real Estate Investing: 2020 SEI/Preqin survey of real estate managers and investors

The Future of Real Estate Investing: 2020 SEI/Preqin survey of real estate managers and investors

Adapting to change is challenging at the best of times, but when the pace of change accelerates, it can disorient even the savviest investors. Long accustomed to gauging opportunities in the context of cycles, real estate investors now face a series of bewildering structural changes that will fundamentally transform how they operate in the future.

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Wetherell forecasts 'V' shaped recovery in Mayfair as London housing market restarts

Wetherell forecasts 'V' shaped recovery in Mayfair as London housing market restarts

Wetherell is forecasting that there will be a ‘V’ shaped recovery in the Mayfair property market as the London housing market restarts, with the agency’s Q1 2020 analysis showing that the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has realigned the Mayfair market, with second-hand sales paused and fall throughs up during the lockdown. The post-lockdown market is likely to be led by the new homes and lettings sectors.