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For 10 years in a row, KPMG’s Real Estate practice has been conducting its Property Lending Barometer survey. This year's publication includes the opinions of nearly 70 respondents from 15 countries on the prospects for bank financing in the real estate sector in Europe. According to the results of the study, the majority of bank representatives state that they remain eager to lend to property investments; however, a lack of suitable new loan opportunities may be creating barriers to real estate lending.

KPMG's Property Lending Barometer 2019 covers the prospects and terms available to real estate developers and investors, provides market metrics and includes respondents' expectations for the next 12-18 months - invaluable information for those seeking bank financing in European markets.

The enclosed report also includes:

  • A bird's eye view of European real estate markets;
  • The attractiveness of real estate financing compared to other industries; and
  • Prospects for financing new real estate projects, including banks’ asset class preferences, along with the criteria for financing new development and income generating projects.

Having conducted this study for the last 10 years, KPMG's Real Estate practice has continued to develop its in-depth expertise in this space. In addition to such insights, our specialists provide outstanding financial and real estate advisory services.  

If you'd like to discuss how the findings may impact your business, please contact David O'Kelly, KPMG Deal Advisory, via this form.