Growth sectors and locations attract capital
Reasons to diversify
Property investment is at a crossroads as investors are exploring growth sectors and locations to keep pace with evolving trends. As the market pivots, growth property sectors are thriving and present opportunities. Living, logistics, life sciences, data centres and self-storage offer a different risk and return profile and are outperforming traditional asset returns. Well-being is a priority. As people return to the office, work patterns are shifting, and offices are revitalising. Investment priorities must be reconsidered as the impact on people, communities and the planet becomes key to every decision.
End-users drive demand
In our changing world, offices, shops and logistics businesses across the UK are opening their doors to employees and customers in a different way, with high demand from the younger population in urban areas.
New sectors attract capital
Investors are showing a growing interest in build-to-rent properties, a standout performer within the living category as well as student housing, healthcare and co-living projects.
Regional cities rise in importance
Diversifying investments into satellite UK cities is delivering successful outcomes, with the fastest rental growth in a decade. Almost half of investors surveyed aim to focus more on city investment strategies than before the pandemic.
Reposition and repurpose investments
Investments are driven by the experience of those who inhabit the real estate. Investing with a focus on the impact on people, communities, and the planet. Leverage new strategies to capitalize assets and mitigate future risk.
Future proof your real estate
People are seeking to live, work and play in places that have strong sustainability credentials and an exceptional user experience. Leverage new regeneration strategies to create long-term value and future-proof your real estate by driving a positive impact for users and the wider community.
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