Achieve your ambitions in a growing sector with our specialist development portfolio, valuation, and advisory services.


Specialist Co-Living Valuation Experts

Providing timely, accurate valuation advice to a full range of clients including all the active lenders, investors and developers.

The growing Co-Living sector is emerging as a valuable alternative investment opportunity and operational income-generating asset.

Our expertise has led the sector since its inception, rising to the challenge of articulating a new product proposition, building a demand case and providing detailed analysis to support the relevant market drivers to satisfy parties deploying capital in the sector.

Our deep understanding of the related Student Accommodation and Build-to-Rent sectors, alongside access to extensive market data, reassures you to make the right investment decisions.

We help our clients navigate the planning process from design-based decisions, making a business case to a funding party, or finding a valuer who understands it.

Our access to unrivalled data-driven insights and specialist expertise enables clients to achieve their goals in Co-Living.

Properties for Sale and to Rent in London

CBRE Residential UK is an expert in prime central London properties, with services spanning sales, lettings and developments.



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