UK Has Great Expectations For Single-Family Rental. Learn More At Bisnow’s Event On 24 February
Single-family rental is an emerging asset class in the UK, driven by a housing shortage and changing consumer expectations. At the same time, “strong fundamentals and resilience during adverse market conditions have sparked growing interest” in the build-to-rent sector, according to a recent study.
“There’s a chronic undersupply of residential across the UK and we’ve only scratched the surface of the depth of the rental market so far,” Casa by Moda Head of Acquisitions Rob Gill told Bisnow in January. “We see it as a growth sector for the next decade.”
Gill is one of the scheduled speakers at Bisnow’s live event on 24 February, “The UK’s Single-Family Rental Outlook.” Casa by Moda, a home rental brand, is serving as the event’s headline presenting partner. For more information and to register, click here.
In addition to Gill, these thought leaders are scheduled to discuss the many factors that contribute to a successful SFR project, which can range from location, scale, density and unit mix to financing models, risk and development timelines:
Other speakers will discuss the nuances of “design and development with your target demographic in mind.” They are scheduled to include:
- Rob Sumner, investment director for Sigma Capital.
- Richard Jackson, co-founder of Apache Capital Partners and CEO of Present Made.
- James Mulcare, head of residential capital markets, Godwin Developments.
- Jonathon Ivory, managing director, single-family housing, Packaged Living.
- Tomasz Romaniewicz, head of build-to-rent, Bond Bryan.
- Samantha Kempe, chief investment officer, IMMO Capital.
This will be a live event at the Westminster Suite of the Sofitel London St James Hotel. Bisnow is committed to practicing safe protocols at all events, including enhanced sanitation protocols and a request that all attendees either be double vaccinated against Covid-19 or take a lateral flow test within 24 hours before attending.
To learn more about and register for “The UK’s Single-Family Rental Outlook,” click here.