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Stirling Infrastructure advises and arranges structured debt, equity and refinancing for the acquisition of real estate operational assets and new development schemes. Further, the firm also advises on the purchase and sale of real estate portfolios to institutional investors in the following segments of the real estate market:

  • Commercial offices – In primary and secondary international gateway cities. Locations: North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australasia.
  • Hotels – 5 and 4-star premium hotels or a portfolio of such hotels located in primary and secondary international gateway cities. Not leisure resort destinations. Locations: North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia.
  • Student accommodation – New builds or developed assets. Locations: Europe and North America.
  • Private Rental Sector (PRS) – Residential schemes or portfolios that are new builds or developed and operational assets, typically not less than 100 units, with no upper limit. Locations: Europe, North America and Asia.
  • Logistic assets – Including storage and warehousing in strategic locations with long-term investment-grade tenants. Locations: Europe and North America.

Stirling Infrastructure’s Real Estate Group has worked closely with institutional investors. These investors can forward fund or will co-invest with developers and real estate owners that have a proven track record in delivering projects with reliable and stable income streams. The Real Estate Group advises on structured credit solutions for both senior and mezzanine debt.

In some markets, Stirling Infrastructure can secure special rates that national government-supported institutions can provide on terms not generally available from the commercial lending markets. This type of financing is only available where there is a government strategy to develop certain types of qualifying real estate.

The minimum size debt facility is typically not less than 50 million USD, Euros, GBP or other major currencies, with no upper limit. For the debt or refinancing of high-value residential and commercial schemes, the Real Estate Group can involve multiple lenders to structure a syndicated loan.

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