Alternative lender growth not threatened by increased borrowing costs, says Savills


Alternative lenders are set to capitalise on the rising costs of borrowing money as traditional banks continue to be constrained by regulators and their decreased risk appetite, according to Savills.

The global real estate firm says that as banks are disinclined to increase their LTV, alternative lenders are able to grow their market share offering increased leverage at higher margins. 

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