A widening gap between interest rates in Europe and the United States is presenting global real estate investors with a potential opportunity.
As the UK continues to grapple with a shortage of housing across all tenures, additional finance for developers may galvanise the residential sector.
The UK’s student housing market is proving resilient at a time of uncertainty around the country’s economic prospects, with Asian investors leading the way.
Businesses in the UK are streamlining their supply chains, creating new opportunities for investors.
An influx of retail properties are set to come on to the market over the next decade, as a swathe of funds holding the assets are due to terminate.
South Korean investors have returned to the UK’s real estate market, a signal global investors are willing to overlook political uncertainty in Britain on their hunt for yield.
Emerging from the shadow of Brexit, London was the leading city for global real estate investment in 2017.
Portuguese real estate is in the midst of a record-breaking boom.
Blockchain technology is gradually making inroads into the real estate valuation process, simplifying and accelerating investment.