Building homes for generation rent – can institutional investment meet the challenge?

Thursday 10 October 2013

Housing, Wealth and Debt

Low to middle income families are increasingly shut out of home ownership and not qualifying for social housing. This means that there is a need to focus specifically on increasing the supply of market rent property, but any new supply must be fit for purpose. Families with children now account for a third of the 3.8 million households … Continued

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Institutional investment in the rental market to support the housing needs of people on low-to-middle incomes

Monday 13 December 2010

Housing, Wealth and Debt

On 13 December we hosted a roundtable, in partnership with Grainger, to explore whether and how institutional investment could support the housing needs of people on low-to-middle incomes. The roundtable event was attended by a range of stakeholders including institutions, housing associations, landlords, experts and government policy makers. Key barriers to institutional investment included: lower … Continued

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