Three experts. Two models. One discussion:
The Transatlantic Multifamily Debate
The USA has undoubtedly one of the most mature multifamily markets in the world, with almost 20 million apartment units across the country, with a total stock value of over $3.5 trillion.
Increasingly now though, the UK’s private rented sector’s fastest growing marketplace, Build to Rent, is seen as an attractive venture for US developers and investors, with a huge untapped market demand and attractive returns on offer.
To put into perspective the scale of the opportunity, Dallas Fort-Worth in Texas, a city slightly smaller than London, has around 500,000 professionally serviced Multifamily units compared to 50,821 in the entire United Kingdom!
So, what do some of the US’s leading Investors and Developers think about the UK BTR marketplace?
What can be learned from the success and growth of the Multifamily asset class in the US, and what are the key differences, challenges and opportunities they foresee when investing in the UK?
deverellsmith will be hosting a free 1-hour webinar discussion, in association with Multifamily experts Cortland, Lincoln Property Company and SAY Consulting, to stimulate a dynamic debate, jam packed with insights, data and intelligence.
Expect a dynamic conversation on the multifamily markets across the UK, Europe and US with market leading speakers:
Mike Altman – Chief Investment Officer, Cortland
Troy Javaher – Head of UK/Europe, Lincoln Property Company
Moderating the conversation will be industry specialist:
Debra Yudolph – Partner, SAY Consulting
The session will explore:
- Multifamily performance within the UK, US and Europe in 2020
- US v UK – what can be learned, what are the key differences and challenges
- Current and future trends
- Predictions for sector performance in 2021 and beyond
The webinar will take place on Thursday 28th January at 13:00 BST. As this is a digital event, there are no restrictions on capacity, so please feel free to share this invitation with anyone you feel it could benefit within your organisation.