On a regular basis, Prime Yields develops research papers containing information about how the most significant market segments are performing. This support area reinforces our research and data processing work, allowing a constant update on the market, so needed for all the other activities developed.
Flash – Property Market in Spain 2019/2020
Prime Yield’s first research for the property market in Spain provides an analysis of this market’s key segments, focusing in supply, demand and value indicators. It also presents an outlook for the property market in 2020, a specially challenging year affected by a global pandemic.
Research “Keep an Eye on the NPL & REO Markets” – Spring 2020 Edition
As players all over the world continue targeting distressed assets as interesting investment opportunities, Prime Yield has prepared “Keep an Eye on the NPL & REO Markets”, in which presents close and specific insights over the status and deal potential of such markets in Portugal, Spain and Greece, but also in the promising Brazil. The 2020 Spring edition updates the NPL status and deal potential for these four markets, also including a look over each country’s Economy and Real Estate market.
Research “Investing in NPL in Iberia 2019”
Developed by the Prime Yield’s Research Department, this report aims to provide an updated and innovative picture of the Iberian NPL market, at the same time putting it in a European context. The research presents Prime Yield’s estimates on the NPL potential deal in both Portugal and Spain, also identifying the main challenges posed to these markets. The study also provides an outlook on the latest economic and real estate developments in each market.
“INVESTMENT GUIDE FOR SOCIMIs AND SIGIs 2019 – Legal Framework and Property Market in Spain and Portugal”
With a focus on Iberia, the “INVESTMENT GUIDE FOR SOCIMIs AND SIGIs 2019 – Legal Framework and Property Market in Spain and Portugal” is an innovative and groundbreaking research aiming to be an essential tool for REITs operating (or intending to operate) in the Spanish and Portuguese real estate markets. This research, now on its first edition, provides a comparative analysis between Spain (SOCIMIs) and Portugal’s (SIGIs) legal framework for REITs and also presents the key performance indicators of the real estate markets in both countries. An economic outlook is also in store. The research is a joint initiative of Prime Yield, part of Gloval, and DLA Piper.
Research “Keep an Eye on the NPL & REO Markets”
As NPL workout remains a crucial issue all over Europe and starts to emerge as a challenge in Brazil, and when players all over the world are targeting these distressed assets as interesting investment opportunities, Prime Yield has prepared “Keep an Eye on the NPL & REO Markets”, releasing a Spring update on the NPL status and deal potential for Portugal, Spain and Greece, as well as for Brazil. The research also includes a look over each country’s Economy and Real Estate market.
Investing in NPL in Iberia: a two-way opportunity market
The Non-Performing Loans (NPL) workout continues to pose challenging issues to all Europe. At a time when Spain continues to have one of the highest NPL stock in Europe and Portugal one of the highest NPL ratios, and when investors are more and more heading South, Iberia could gain further momentum in the transaction of this type of portfolios. In order to give investors an insight into this market, Prime Yield has prepared the research “Investing in NPL in Iberia 2018: a two-way opportunity market”, analysing the state-of-the-art of this market in Portugal, Spain and also within Europe, besides giving an outlook for the potential of NPLs deals in 2018 in Iberia and showing the main challenges for this market. An economic overview and the evolution of the housing market in both Portugal and Spain are also themes approached in this research.
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