A survey of banks on the prospects for real estate sector lending in Europe
If you'd like an authoritative take on real estate lending prospects for Europe, be sure to check out the 10th edition of KPMG's Property Lending Barometer. It's a study KPMG's Real Estate practice has been conducting for 10(!) years. In this latest, 10th annual edition contains opinion of nearly 70 banks in 15 European countries.
Banks remain buoyant about property lending, according to this year's Barometer, which delves into issues like banks' focus regarding their real estate portfolios and their openness towards speculative developments. (It also gives a “hat-tip” in its design to the over 100-year-history of Bauhaus architecture.)
The publication also gives a rundown of existing opportunities for financing new real estate projects, including banks’ asset class preferences, criteria for financing and the differences between new development and income-generating properties.
Be sure to capitalize on the expert views included in our white paper from KPMG specialists across the continent who have contributed to the market-specific country profiles included in the Barometer 2019.
This year's edition is a testament to our broader, long-term perspective on Europe's property lending markets – invaluable insights and analysis for investors and lenders like you.
KPMG's Property Lending Barometer is free, so download it now!
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