“Warehousing” in Real Estate - Investment Managers Trends - McDermott

“Warehousing” in Real Estate Transactions – Trends and Structures for Investors and Investment Managers


Driven by the low interest rate environment and high liquidity in the market, the real estate markets continue to run at full speed. In this competitive environment, those who are ready to sign a deal quickly and offer transaction security can secure an advantage. In practice, the deal often progresses faster than the capital side. Institutional investors in particular often have longer internal processes (for understandable reasons). How can transactions be implemented quickly under these conditions? What possibilities do company law, but also regulation and taxation, offer to “secure” investments at an early stage?

Our McDermott Deal Academy – still an interactive online seminar – took place again this year. We discussed current developments in real estate transactions with our experts from the areas of Real Estate, Tax & Regulatory. The focus was on so-called “warehousing” structures.

The experts from our firm gave an overview of the legal possibilities, possible pitfalls and their solutions as well as examples from our practice.

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