Michael Dean is a principal at Avamore Capital
In the second in our three-part series, figures from the residential and property finance sectors share their outlooks for a post-lockdown world.
Presenting lending opportunities can sometimes be challenging as it varies between funders as to what information is required at the initial enquiry stage.
While uncertainty continues to cloud the UK residential development market, Avamore Capital’s Q2 Market Bulletin suggests, particularly in the residential development space, that the extension of the Brexit deadline to 31 October has created some breathing room for developers to move ahead with their projects.
As 2018 draws to a close, it provides us with an opportunity to take stock and look back at activity in the UK private real estate debt investment sphere and make predictions for next year.
The office market is changing - and rapidly. The way tenants are occupying buildings, in particular, is changing incredibly quickly.
We are nearing the end of real estate Crowdfunding 1.0. This was the opinion of many of my peers at a recent industry lunch at which we discussed how this nascent sector is about to hit the rocks. In many ways, it was hard to disagree.