Market Commentary

NB: Fortwell Capital was previously known as Omni Capital. Items appearing here pre-February 2016 are attributed accordingly.

A dispatch from MIPIM<br /><span style="font-size: 15px;">by Bob Sturges, Head of PR & Communications</span>

A dispatch from MIPIM
by Bob Sturges, Head of PR & Communications

28 March 2017

MIPIM 2017 is over. In what appeared to be another highly successful year for this stalwart of the real estate calendar, Fortwell Capital’s senior team was on the frontline in Cannes to see and hear first-hand what is energising the great and the good of the property world.  Read full article

Fortwell Capital: Anticipating MIPIM<br /><span style="font-size: 15px;">by Bob Sturges, Head of PR & Communications, for Development Finance Today</span>

Fortwell Capital: Anticipating MIPIM
by Bob Sturges, Head of PR & Communications, for Development Finance Today

27 February 2017

As Fortwell Capital’s senior team prepares to decamp temporarily to the Côte d’Azur, we’ve been busy ahead of MIPIM 2017 (14-17 March in Cannes) meeting and speaking with many of our valued clients and introducers.  Read full article

‘Harmful’ Stamp Duty too much of a cash cow to be reformed

‘Harmful’ Stamp Duty too much of a cash cow to be reformed

23 January 2017

Lenders in the market have welcomed criticism of Stamp Duty from Christian Ulbrich, global chief executive of Jones Lang LaSalle, but have questioned whether it will be reformed any time soon.  Read full article

2017… A Look Ahead

2017… A Look Ahead

23 January 2017

If 2016 taught us anything it’s not to make predictions. But we continue to do so, especially at the start of a new year. So for 2017 we predict a UK real estate sector shaped by domestic and international events, economic uncertainty, demographics and that most elusive of quantifiable factors, sentiment.  Read full article

56% expect increase in regulated bridging lenders

56% expect increase in regulated bridging lenders

17 November 2016

Regulated bridging has become a saturated market, a number of lenders have claimed. A recent poll conducted by Bridging & Commercial found that 56% of those surveyed expected to see more regulated bridging lenders next year.  Read full article