Commercial Real Estate Lending RatesInterest on loans for commercial real estate
The report will now be released as part of the UK Commercial Real Estate Lending Report. Reviews are periodically featured in the Financial Times, the divisions of other broadsheets, real estate papers such as Estates Gazette, EGCapital, Property Week, Capital Economics, Bloomberg and Reuters News Agency. The research report can be purchased in the on-line webshop by non-participants.
Attorneys, sworn experts, real estate firms, business advisers, accountants, the Revenue Office, credit ratings bodies, academics and credit organizations not participating in the survey are interested in the report. It is an important point of contact for all parties concerned with real estate such as borrower, lender, lawyer, consultant or researcher.
CRE Lending Reports cover the following topics: Breakdown of overdue and new credit by lender nature and citizenship, showing the transfer from house banking to non-banking activities such as insurance and leverage fund issuance since the global financial crisis. This full text includes 128 pages, 77 illustrations and 38 spreadsheets.
It is also available in conjunction with the Historical Dataset (Excel), which contains historical 2005-2017 information and other breakdowns and segmented crosses not included in the narrative. We can also offer further analyses in either off-the-shelf or custom format to those creditors who bring survey information to the survey.
Differentiate your credit portfolio and your credit portfolio by credit category, branch and geography against comparable branch figures and how these patterns have evolved over the years. Compare credit conditions, yield and losses of your credits compared to the remainder of the credit markets. Custom analytics and research includes a variety of supplementary information, ranging from basic queries for extra results for your own credit history or survey average values to contract research reporting on company-specific or industry-wide credit questions, using the capabilities of Cass's real estate, bank and financial professionals.
The Cass Business School cooperates with the IREBS Regensburg in a Europe-wide research program to improve financial market visibility.