The first purpose-built rental schemes are emerging in the city centre as the size of the young professional population swells and rents tick up.
One of the biggest changes in the UK housing market in recent years has been the emergence of the build-to-rent (BTR) sector as a response to growing demand from renters.
Over the past couple of years, financial investment in the UK’s build-to-rent (BTR) sector has finally translated into the first generation of bespoke, professionally managed rental accommodation.
Local authority pension funds are attracted by the sector’s steady returns as Samuel Horti reports.
New housing schemes promising a social life and networking opportunities are redefining the rental landscape.
The MD of Atlas Residential’s London office discusses differences and similarities between the UK and US markets.
The 4th of July was fittingly chosen as the launch date for L&Q @ The Residence. The housing association’s latest private rented sector (PRS) scheme offers views over the new US Embassy in the Nine Elms area of London.
I read LSL Property Services’ findings on PRS tenants with optimism – it’s clear the Build-to-Rent (BTR) sector’s ambition to put customer satisfaction at the heart of its modus operandi is pushing at an open door so far as tenants are concerned.