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A Rare Glimpse At The Financials OF BTR Giant Quintain
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A Rare Glimpse At The Financials OF BTR Giant Quintain

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The Future Of BTR Goes Beyond City Centre Apartments, Say Investors

The Future Of BTR Goes Beyond City Centre Apartments, Say Investors

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Cortland Continues UK BTR Expansion With LIV Group Buy
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Cortland Continues UK BTR Expansion With LIV Group Buy

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Can BTR Continue Its Record-Breaking Run?
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Can BTR Continue Its Record-Breaking Run?

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How The Big Beasts Of BTR Are Using Data To Succeed
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How The Big Beasts Of BTR Are Using Data To Succeed

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BTR Could Be The Newest Weapon In The Race For Talent

BTR Could Be The Newest Weapon In The Race For Talent

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The Universal Appeal Of Build-To-Rent Just Got Bigger

The Universal Appeal Of Build-To-Rent Just Got Bigger

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These Are The 10 Biggest Players In The UK Build-To-Rent Market
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These Are The 10 Biggest Players In The UK Build-To-Rent Market

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Record £1B Invested In UK BTR In First Quarter
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Record £1B Invested In UK BTR In First Quarter

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This Man Knows The Secret To Successful BTR And He’s Going To Tell You
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This Man Knows The Secret To Successful BTR And He’s Going To Tell You

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Goldman’s Move Into BTR Lending Is A Boost For The Sector
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Goldman’s Move Into BTR Lending Is A Boost For The Sector

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The Best Design Consultancy Might Be A Property Management Company

The Best Design Consultancy Might Be A Property Management Company

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BTR Developers Need To Invest In Community Over Amenities

BTR Developers Need To Invest In Community Over Amenities

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All The World Is A Build-To-Rent Stage With Number Of Londoners Renting Set To Skyrocket
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All The World Is A Build-To-Rent Stage With Number Of Londoners Renting Set To Skyrocket

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Plans to build more than 750 new homes on a derelict site on Birmingham’s Main Line Canal have been submitted to Birmingham City Council. 

Joint venture partners Galliard Homes and Apsley House Capital are proposing a residential-led, mixed-use scheme of 756 new homes and more than 10,000 sq ft of commercial space at the Soho Loop site.
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2019: The Year When Birmingham's City Living Scene Goes Through The Roof

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Debt Is Still Not Easy To Come By In BTR
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Debt Is Still Not Easy To Come By In BTR

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What UK Build-To-Rent Can Learn From The High-End Fashion Industry
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What UK Build-To-Rent Can Learn From The High-End Fashion Industry

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Hines And APG Planning €1.1B Spend On 3,000 BTR Apartments In Dublin

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What If Residential Real Estate Embraced Branding?

What If Residential Real Estate Embraced Branding?

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CGI of 6 Hanover Quay, a build-to-rent scheme being developed by Cairn Homes, and bought by Carysfort Capital
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€5B Targeting Ireland’s Build-To-Rent Sector

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Dog Showers And Concierges: What Amenities Will Manchester's BTR Tenants Actually Pay For?

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Legal & General has exchanged to buy the West Tower in Manchester’s Deansgate Square as it expands its Build To Rent (BTR) portfolio
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EXCLUSIVE: Manchester's Massive New BTR Strategy Will Blow Your Mind

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BTR Sector: More Plumbing Goes In, As Manchester Management Experts Expand Into Birmingham

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Invesco Ploughs £400M Into London Build-To-Rent Market
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Invesco Ploughs £400M Into London Build-To-Rent Market

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Pool area at a PegasusAblon multifamily property in Dallas/Fort Worth
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Service And Branding Are Upping The Ante For BTR Operators

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Artist's impression of the Benson Building at 76 Sir John Rogerson's Quay
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'Rare Opportunity' To Buy South Docklands PRS Block For €52.5M

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Tim Wooldridge managing director IM Properties Birmingham
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EXCLUSIVE: IM Properties On How U.S.-Style Lifestyle Centres Can Save Retail And Build Homes

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The Bank, Birmingham. Birmingham’s tallest residential tower, part of The Bank scheme, owned by real estate investment company Aprirose, has reached practical completion.

The £35 million residential development in the heart of Birmingham city comprises 189 studio, one and two-bedroom properties and has already sold 90% of its apartments.  The site also hosts retail space on the ground floor, private landscaped gardens and a concierge service.

The 22-storey building standing 70 meters high is Aprirose’s first large scale residential scheme. Designed by Glancy Nicholls Architects the construction of the tower was managed by Midlands Based developer Regal (West Point) Ltd, a subsidiary of the Regal Property Group and delivered by Wates Construction.
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Could Do Better: Birmingham Has To Up Its BTR Game

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BTR Developers Can Relax, As Manchester Kicks Affordable Housing Changes Into The Long Grass

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Revealed: Lone Star And Quintain Mull Major Dublin Build-To-Rent Scheme
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Revealed: Lone Star And Quintain Mull Major Dublin Build-To-Rent Scheme

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