Obstacles impede progress towards increased lending

Newsom, William
December 2012
Estates Gazette;12/8/2012, Issue 1249, p41
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the obstacles to progress towards increased lending in the commercial property lending market in Great Britain. It notes that the market has the potential to experience a surge in new money yet participants are concerned over the prospects of such money being lent or invested. It states that lenders find it difficult to reach their allocated amount amid the lack of quality product and competition among lenders. Another obstacle cited is the rising interest rate margins.


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