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By Schroders Real Estate Investment Management (Europe)
We outline why we believe social supported housing in the UK offers investors much needed stability as the wider real estate market experiences falls in income and value due to Covid-19.
By DTZ Investors (Real Estate)
The first quarter of 2020 was shaped by the coronavirus, by the end of March 2020 a total of 29,474 confirmed cases and 2,352 deaths were reported for the UK. One month after the quarter end, the number of cases and deaths surged to 194,990 and 29,427 respectively. The costs to the British economy have been considerable; government-imposed lockdown measures to slow the spread of the virus have disrupted business activity, knocked consumer confidence and reduced business confidence levels to record lows. The flash PMI’s plunged from 53.0 in February to 37.1 in March, with a figure of 50+ representing economic expansion, it is now widely anticipated that the economy will contract in March.
By BMO Real Estate Partners
Discussing the UK housing market is something of a national pastime. The idea of owning your own home has become an unrealistic long-term goal for many. While issues of affordability are reasonably well understood, it’s worth recapping what the scale of the problem is, why Private Rental Sector funds have come to the fore in recent years, and why in particular we believe a strategy focused on low to middle income earners can have the greatest social impact.
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