ReSI becomes registered social housing provider

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Residential Secure Income (ReSI) has become the first publicly listed investment fund to become a registered provider with the Regulator of Social Housing.

Becoming a registered provider also allows the group, through its wholly owned subsidiary ReSI Housing, to acquire properties that are designated as affordable accommodation and those that are funded by government grants.

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