Returning from a nationwide catchup with their network of brokers and lending partners, Paragon Lending Solution CEO, Gary Palmer, says despite banks’ and landlords’ considerable help during lockdown, South Africa should prepare for a very bumpy few months as lenders and landlords run out of runway and eviction notices begin to pile up. 

A low growth economy and a rising cost of living has given property investors pause for thought.

In today's fast moving and economically challenging business environment it is increasingly necessary to have access to available funds in order to secure transactions as they arise or reinvest capital into a business at short notice.

Monday, 23 December 2013 07:26

Building for the future

Commercial property lending is critical to stimulating the development of infrastructure in South Africa, one of the key pillars in the National Development Plan (NDP).

In today's fast moving and economically challenging business environment it is increasingly necessary to have access to available funds in order to secure transactions as they arise or reinvest capital into a business at short notice.

Listed property sector should be able to perform better next year than it did this year, even with the threat of interest rates rising.

Commercial property lending is critical to stimulating the development of infrastructure in South Africa, one of the key pillars in the South African National Development Plan.

Although the impending credit amnesty is aimed at making it easier for credit adverse individuals to obtain finance, South African banks are likely to become even more conservative as lenders have placed huge reliance on credit information from the credit scoring agencies.

Performance of commercial properties in SA is highly dependant on the size and quality of tenants, according to Paragon Lending Solutions CEO Gary Palmer.

Monday, 15 July 2013 16:51

Nepi debt bid routine in Europe

Deals such as New Europe Property Investments’ (Nepi’s) proposed acquisition of a Romanian retail park’s debt are more common in Europe than in South Africa, reflecting the relatively healthy state of South Africa’s listed property and banking sectors, analysts say.

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