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Real Estate Finance

Our real estate finance team offers a comprehensive understanding of all elements of real estate financing transactions. We advise many of  Irish and international banks, non-bank financiers, specialist real estate lenders, borrowers, funds and investors on all aspects of their financing requirements.

Our advice covers syndicated transactions, large scale bilateral loans, mezzanine finance loans, workouts, securitisations, the formation of real estate investment funds, non-performing loan acquisitions and other real estate acquisitions.

Working with traditional and non-bank lenders, borrowers and investors means we see all the angles in real estate transactions – so we can anticipate, advise on and resolve issues for clients. We devise comprehensive solutions tailored to specific client needs and regularly work with specialists in our real estate, corporate, capital markets, tax, insolvency and recovery, funds and litigation practices.

Our recent experience includes acting for:

  • A UK real estate fund in connection with the provision of secured credit facilities to refinance a large portion of a significant retail property investment in North Dublin.  We also acted on the associated “loan-on-loan” financing entered into by the relevant client vehicle.
  • Allied Irish Banks plc on the provision of loans to various entities for property finance acquisitions, including commercial office blocks, residential blocks, development land and investment opportunities.
  • A non bank lender in its provision of credit facilities totalling over €31m to an Irish-based borrower group to finance the acquisition and refinancing of 66 commercial and industrial properties in Ireland.
  • An Austrian bank on the provision of credit facilities to two Irish SPVs for the purposes of refinancing the acquisition costs of several European property portfolios acquired from a large U.K. bank.