Is there merit in introducing Opportunity Zones to stimulate investment into the Build-to-Rent sector in the UK? In 2017, the Trump administration introduced Opportunity Zones (OZ) as part of wider tax reform legislation. OZs were set up to attract investments into designated low-income communities throughout the US. The investments are to be channelled through specialised… Read more »
Monthly Archives: June 2019
The British group Amro Real Estate Partners has announced that it will build a residence for 230 students in the Teatinos neighborhood. In the university district, where the campus and most of the the faculties of the University of Malaga sit. Read here the full article in Spanish
London-based investor Amro Real Estate Partners has bought a site in Seville, marking its second acquisition within its student housing platform in Spain and Portugal. Read the full article here
Amro Real Estate Partners has acquired a 64,580 sq ft buildable plot in Málaga, as part of its plans to set up a €500m (£440m) student housing portfolio across Iberia. The site has zoning permission to develop a 230-bedroom property. Read the full article here
The British company specialised in student housing projects 5,000 beds in Spain and Portugal, 3,000 of which are already under negotiation. Read the full article in Spanish
Student accommodation specialist Amro Real Estate Partners is diversifying into the private rented sector and has launched a search for a £500m capital partner. The London-based investment and asset manager has acquired two sites, in Ealing and Kingston upon Thames, to develop under a new build-to-rent platform called AmroLiving. The schemes comprise 500 homes in… Read more »
Amro Real Estate Partners has acquired two sites to develop under its newly launched build-to-rent platform, AmroLiving. The company plans to deliver 1,500 units across Greater London in the next five years, catering for the growing demand for purpose-built rental accommodation. Read the full article here.
The housing crisis is a hot topic not just in the property industry but across society as a whole. A report from the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee said that the UK government needed to boost its homebuilding target by 50% to create 300,000 new homes each year to tackle the housing crisis. Read… Read more »
Student housing markets in continental Europe are catching up with the UK, just as Brexit uncertainty hovers over the 2019-20 academic year. Read the full article here.