Real Estate

Building trust

We have developed close relationships with investors and high net worth individuals operating across the sector, as well as with senior debt providers. Our focus throughout is on helping businesses raise funding for projects and developments, or for working capital, and working closely with our dedicated debt advisory team to find innovative solutions.

Particular areas of expertise include housebuilding, retirement living, residential investment, healthcare assets, student housing and accommodation providers, as well as significant experience of working with hotels, restaurants and bars.

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Our latest transactions

Clearwater International were able to help us to understand what financing options were available to us and used their market insights to introduce us to the right people.

Chris Walling, Chairman, Almaren

Our Real Estate Team

The Clearwater team has added a huge amount of value throughout the process and we cannot fault the advice and guidance that we’ve received.
Richard Thomas, Investment Director, Palatine Private Equity

Our real estate team delivers innovative and tailored solutions for clients, ranging from initial funding through to completion of projects.

See our team

7

sub-sector specialist areas

Over 30

transactions advised upon

in the last 5 years

€9.6bn

in deal value

over the last 5 years

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