The global multifamily and build to rent market continues to grow: developers in the US plan to deliver the highest growth in new supply since the late 1980s. And, in Europe, the asset class now accounts for 14% of total real estate investment annually, with investment in the sector rising 143% between 2010 and 2016.
Multifamily and build to rent projects can provide strong, secure and long-term financial return if investors and developers are able to anticipate and manage legal risks along the way. To build an asset with investment longevity and the right gross-to-net ratios, you need lawyers with a comprehensive understanding of both the challenges and opportunities of this asset class, and who can provide the sophisticated, hands-on advice you need to make smart decisions that reflect your business goals.
Working with Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, you will benefit from the insight and advice of our internationally ranked real estate team. We act for clients working across the entire multifamily and build to rent sector – from government, to banks, investors, developers and operators. Our market connectivity working with main industry bodies allows us to anticipate challenges at an early stage, navigate potential pitfalls and, ultimately, help make your project a success.
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As part of our commitment to the Build to Rent industry, we carried out a survey across lenders, investors, developers and operators involved in the Build to Rent sector to analyse issues within this space and find out what experts saw as the biggest elephants in the room.
As a result of this, we filmed a number of interviews with senior representatives in the Build to Rent industry, in order to fully explore some of the key issues and challenges that our clients are face in the Build to Rent market.
In our ‘Elephants in the Build to Rent Room’ series we interviewed:
Global Apartments Advisor’s David Woodward in relation to his experiences of the US Multifamily industry and the lessons that we in the UK can learn from the Multifamily model.
Tipi’s Michael Allen and asked for his thoughts on how investors, developers and operators can make a Build to Rent scheme truly viable.
Get Living’s Neil Young and Rick de Blaby on their approach to placemaking and insights on how they have created a community at the East Village, Stratford.
PfP Capital’s Alex Notay and BCLP’s Nazir Dewji on the construction related issues investors, developers and operators can face when getting a scheme to market.
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