Today, the US Commercial Real Estate (CRE) market is characterized as a market with high property valuations. With this challenge in mind, we believe there are attractive opportunities to lend in areas of the US CRE market, where capital provision is inefficient. Lending allows for attractive return prospects without compromising on credit or capital structure. As well, lending in less efficient markets does not require reliance on financial leverage to generate return. Investment strategies incorporating US CRE bridge loans, particularly loans that are “middle market”, can provide investors with attractive return prospects, and lending on properties with a “reset” cost basis offers a high level of downside risk mitigation.view more white papers
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