Oliver Shah

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Shah on property: real estate-backed takeovers are coming under strain

Leveraged deals struck before rates started rising are looking precarious
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Shah on property: in this volatile market, relationships will be key

The rise of debt funds means borrowers are dealing with savvier lenders
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Shah on property: this should be a moment of opportunity for REITs

Don’t rule out rights issues as quoted giants manoeuvre for deals
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Shah on property: will debt deadlines trigger the next wave of distress?

Liquidity squeezes drove forced selling in 2022. This year it could be refinancing
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Shah on property: farewell to 2022 – the year when liquidity suddenly mattered

Market squalls have so far centred on access to cash rather than excessive debt
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Shah on property: problems are piling up for CBRE at Telford Homes

The US giant’s deal for the London-focused developer is a textbook takeover gone awry
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Shah on property: the great logistics boom is turning into hard yards

Rental growth is still coming through, but there’s no easy way back for valuations
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Shah on property: leaders need to project hope while being honest about hard times

Optimism shouldn’t be lost amid job cuts – the cycle will turn eventually
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Shah on property: the row over Simpson’s Tavern is a stain on the industry

Landlord Rodney Sacks should find a way to unchain the City eatery
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