Those who seek success in the market must know their markets.
We know the German and French real estate market in detail. We have been serving our French and German real estate customers for decades.
Our mainly institutional customers appreciate our know-how and our excellent ability to provide debt capital.
We see the growth of cross-border business. Here in particular, SaarLB can live up to its role as the Franco-German regional bank. The knowledge and acceptance of French legal norms, business practices and cultural differences, as well as employees who are familiar with the French language or who have grown up bilingual, are proof of our strength.
We offer you a suitable financing solution for each of your projects, regardless of whether you are looking for short-term or long-term financing, whether you are constructing a new building or purchasing an existing property.
Our expertise includes in particular the financing of the following types of property:
Many of our customers, with whom we have cooperated for years, have been in the market for decades and have a high level of problem-solving competence.
The financing amount per property is usually between EUR 10 and 50 million. We can also provide larger sums with the support of our syndication desk. We select our consortium partners in consultation with our customers.
With Pôle Franco-Allemand, we offer a forum for cross-border investments – from France to Germany and vice versa.
Pôle Franco-Allemand facilitates market entry in the respective neighbouring country and also helps you to have more successful economic operations. Our network of experts will help you to close a deal smoothly and often receive a more advantageous offer due to the depth of our experience.
Financing project development
Financing existing real estate
Foreign financing: Germany-France
NORSK Deutschland AG construction project of 204 student and micro apartments.
Comprehensive luxury refurbishment of 3 residential and commercial buildings in the Golden Triangle of Paris
New construction of a logistics property for the company Seifert & Dietz.
New building for the company headquarters in Germany