Residential

Residential Capital Markets

Astute advice across all aspects of Residential investment including Private Rented Sector (PRS), Build-to-Rent (BtR), Single Family Housing, Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA), Co-Living and Affordable Housing.

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Why Choose Us?

We advise investors, developers and landowners looking to sell, acquire and enhance their investment assets in the UK residential market.

Our clients receive expert guidance and data-driven insights from an integrated team of specialists. At every stage of the asset lifecycle, from securing development funding, design consultancy and scheme optimisation, to trading operational assets, we add value.

Our UK-wide team, focused on London and key regional cities, maintains an extensive database of active capital targeting the residential sector, helping our clients make well-informed investment decisions.

CBRE is the global residential capital markets leader, delivering access to world-class local and sector intelligence.

Key Services

  • Build-to-Rent
  • Student Housing
  • Co-Living
  • Design Consultancy
  • Debt Advisory
  • Ground Rent
  • Development Management
  • Research
  • Affordable Housing
  • Joint Venture Advisory
  • HMO’s
  • Affordable Housing

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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