"The German residential investment market enjoyed the most dynamic start to a year since the record year of 2015. The transaction volume in the first quarter of 2018 totalled around €4bn, representing an increase of 9% compared with the opening quarter of last year.The top seven cities accounted for 36% of the transaction volume, which is materially ahead of the five-year average of 48%. The fundamentals favour investments outside of the A-cities. The number of households, and hence demand for housing, is expected to rise in around half of all districts (in German: Kreis) and urban districts (in German: Landkreis) by 2030."
"The growth potential of UK Build to Rent is huge. The volume of funds being raised to target the sector is testament to the scale of investor demand"
"Shared Ownership is an attractive long-term investment proposition, but investors face challenges building portfolios at scale"
"There is huge potential for regeneration, and the focus should be on delivering a mix of uses"
"Upgrading road and rail links has the potential to boost economic performance and create new opportunities for industrial and residential development"
"Our predictions for the six key trends that will shape the residential sector in 2019"
"Investment trends and forecasts for 2019 across the residential, commercial and rural sectors"
"Navigating an era of widespread uncertainty and social upheaval will require a focus on the long-term drivers of success rather than reacting to short-term trends"
"Despite economic and political unpredictability, attractive investment opportunities are still coming to the market"
"Where to find value across the residential, rural and commercial sectors"