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  • Property-a-holics

    No "Brexodus" for Institutional Landlords



    The UK Build to Rent sector witnessed record levels of investment in the first quarter of 2019, according to the latest residential investment research from CBRE.

    CBRE’s UK Residential Investment Marketview of Q1 2019 shows that between January and March 2019, there was a total of £1.04 billion of investment into the UK private rental sector for Build to Rent schemes, including several forward-funding deals and some direct site acquisitions.

    This is four times higher than in Q1 2018 and is among the strongest quarterly investment volume recorded since 2015.

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    So institutional investors are keeping faith with the private rented sector, despite the challenging market conditions. What can smaller landlords learn from that?

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    What can smaller landlords learn from that?

    That when you're big enough and multi-national enough you can avoid whatever taxes a government decides to put on a sector  - which means you can tilt the table to make a profit where people paying all their taxes can't ?


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    DISCLAIMER just my personal opinion - for legal advice consult a qualified professional grown-up.

    What can smaller landlords learn from that?

    That Brexit isn't a threat, it's an opportunity to embrace and that the scare stories are posted by people of the Remain persuasion.

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    Financial services company Legal & General, already a major player in the burgeoning Build to Rent (BTR) sector, has revealed that it has exchanged contracts on two adjacent sites in Wandsworth which will combine to deliver its biggest BTR scheme to date.

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    I use L&G for investments and they have been building huge cash reserves in the property funds

    I did mention this a few years ago

    If BTL is to succeed and grow we need to be more like them 

    Investors need to switch to business Men and Woman and this wll be via a Company structure 

    Its not as good as personal leveraged BTL but times are changing

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

    All comments are for casual information purposes only. If you wish to rely on any advice I have given please ensure you obtain independent specialist advice from a third party. No liability is accepted for comments made.


    Greystar, the US property company, has launched a £750m fund to target the UK’s rapidly growing build-to-rent sector, which is attracting institutional investors keen to lock in stable returns in an uncertain political environment.

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    The value for student housing, build to rent and retirement housing in the UK is set to quadruple in the UK, reaching a combined worth of £880 billion at full maturity, according to a new report.

    This will be almost four times its current £223 billion valuation as momentum builds in these property sectors, says international real estate adviser Savills, with institutions already active in the markets providing homes for rent for full-time students, young professionals, working families, and retirees.

    But the market for residential assets owned and operated by large scale, professional investors is still in its early stages of development in the UK and represents a huge growth opportunity both for investors and developers, Savills adds.

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