The UK real estate market is one of the most mature, liquid and diverse in the world. For investors, that translates into the potential to generate a high, stable income stream and capital growth over the long run. We believe this long-term potential remains intact despite any potential short-term market volatility as a result of the UK vote to leave the European Union (EU).
Top five trends in UK real estate:
- UK real estate continues to look attractive relative to government bonds
- Pricing divergence between core and non-core assets created by market uncertainty could present attractive investment opportunities for institutions with a long time horizon
- Central London offices likely to be the most negatively impacted by Brexit, while other segments should prove more resilient
- A broad portfolio, well-diversified across sectors and locations should help weather any headwinds
- Sterling weakness likely to support foreign investor appetite for UK real estate
By investing with M&G Real Estate, you can benefit from our scale, resource and 150 years of UK investment experience to generate strong returns over the long term. We offer access to all sectors of the UK market through our open-ended strategies, segregated accounts and partnerships.
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UK PRS offers potential to generate strong, stable income streams and proven diversification benefits. The case for investing in the sector is backed by:
- A long-standing supply/demand imbalance in the housing market
- Attractive rental growth prospects, particularly in London
- Low correlations with commercial real estate, equities and bonds
- Defensive characteristics with improved capital preservation
- Scope for professional investors to add value through active management and economies of scale
Read about the fundamentals that back the investment case for UK Private Rented Sector (PRS).
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The value of investments will fluctuate, which will cause prices to fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the original amount they invested.