Investors pile into booming build-to-rent

The number of American-style landlord-free rental apartments being built in Britain has soared in the past year. Pension funds and developers are pouring money into a new sector viewed by some as a solution to the urban housing crisis. According to the British Property Federation (BPF), the number of “build-to-rent” blocks currently under construction — […]

7 Reasons to Invest in Loan Notes

  01 Low investment barrier In 2016 the average cost of a buy-to-let property in the UK was £206.000. In comparison a property loan note investment can be purchased from only £20.000. Due to the low purchase price they are purchased with cash without the need for arranging a mortgage. 02 Guaranteed yield Buy-to-let properties […]

Diversification is an approach that reduces risk by allocating investments among various financial instruments, industries, and other categories. It aims to maximize return by investing in different areas that would each react differently to the same event. Diversification is also knows as selecting assets which are uncorrelated, an example of this in the property world of investing, would be […]

Grainger takes grip on venture in £400m deal

Britain’s biggest listed residential landlord has agreed to buy out a Dutch pension fund from a joint venture in a big expansion of its property portfolio. Grainger, which has more than 8,000 rental properties, will take full ownership of Grip Reit, which owns 1,700 homes in 35 properties across London and the South East, from […]

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