Although the overall outlook for UK real estate looks bright, investors still need to carefully assess opportunities.
There are positive signs that confidence is returning to the property market.
Everyone has a slightly different view of the association, and I value all feedback on what people deem to be our strengths and areas for potential improvement.
The government has pledged in its manifesto to build one million homes during the course of the current parliament.
There are very few barriers now holding developers back.
The most important factor is the borrower’s circumstances, aims and aspirations for the funds.
There has already been a noticeable uptick in decisiveness and activity.
It’s no secret that the UK’s build-to-rent sector is still very much in its nascent stages compared to US multi-family developments.
In 2019 will have seen approximately £1.4bn lent, but second charge mortgages are still an underused solution.
Thanks to the UK’s new Open Banking initiative, the scale of IT problems within the financial services sector has become apparent.