By Victor Alarsa The PRS is the fastest-growing sector in the UK properties market. It is England’s second-largest housing tenure after owner occupied, 62% against 20%, as shown below: Source: Alex Bate, Building the new private rented sector: issues and prospects (England), 2017 Since 2010 the private rented sector has provided more than one million … Continue reading The UK Private Rented Sector (PRS) perspectives and Build to Rent (B2R) opportunities
London: Density vs. Price, Challenges & Opportunities
By Victor Alarsa (email@example.com) & Maria Wiedner (firstname.lastname@example.org) We are living in the age of the City. Larger and denser cities are likelier to be more innovative and generate more wealth. For instance, as the population of a city increases by 100%, its residents get 115% more innovative, productive and hence 15% wealthier1. This attracts … Continue reading London: Density vs. Price, Challenges & Opportunities
RICS and Cambridge Finance collaborate to bridge the skills gap between real estate and finance
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is delighted to announce a collaboration with Cambridge Finance to develop a comprehensive training course that will help bridging the gap between real estate and finance education. The growing sophistication of the property and financial markets has meant that investment surveyors have not only been requested to advise … Continue reading RICS and Cambridge Finance collaborate to bridge the skills gap between real estate and finance
How to convince your boss to pay for your financial modelling training
More often than not employees find themselves trapped in a situation where they know they could do a better job, but just don’t have the right skills to implement more efficient routines. Training seems to be the key to solve their problem. However, there is always that question: “Should I pay for my training or … Continue reading How to convince your boss to pay for your financial modelling training
What is the value a REIT?
What’s the value of a listed real estate asset? Our belief is that as markets trade on disagreements about the value of assets, the valuation process should be a crucial point in any investment course.