This time last year, the housing market and wider economy had been thrown into turmoil by the UK Government’s Autumn Mini-Budget, with the mortgage payment on the average Scottish house purchase increasing by almost 60%.
Despite the summer season, the Scottish BTR sector is experiencing a somewhat gloomy 2023, but there is still hope for an Indian summer.
As we emerge from the pandemic lockdown, there can be no doubt that we now live in a changed world. New norms, new approaches to work, new life choices and new priorities. With these changes come new opportunities.
The Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown restrictions have shown the benefits of professionally managed purposed built rental housing. As the office and retail sectors enter a period of readjustment in wake of changing behavioural patterns, BTR is well positioned to both meet housing demand as well as absorb City Centre space.
Rettie Cos latest BTR Briefing for Scotland shows a rise in the number of operating and pipeline BTR homes to nearly 9,000, up 24 in a year.
We are delighted to share our updated BTR briefing, hard copy has been made avaiable to all delegates of the BTR Forum Scotland.
The number of Build to Rent (BTR) homes built or in the pipeline in Scotland has now increased to over 7,200. Read more in our latest BTR Briefing.
There has been significant growth of the Scottish Build to Rent (BTR) sector over the last year, as well as the increasing appetite of investors to put their money into Scottish housing. BTR is the provision of purpose-built private rented units by investors and developers. Many housing industry professionals now see it as a key part of the solution to the UK's housing crisis.
As MIPIM gets underway in Cannes this week, Rettie will be represented by two of its senior Development Directors, Matthew Benson and Dr John Boyle.
We are delighted to release our Build to Rent Market Briefing, courtesy of the Rettie research team, Scotland's largest dedicated property research team.
The rise of the rental sector has been notable in recent years, and the affordable rental sectors has been no different. Read more in our latest bulletin. The findings have come from our carefully researched data courtesy of the Rettie Research Team, Scotland's largest dedicated property research department.
We are delighted to release our Build to Rent Market Review, courtesy of the Rettie research team, Scotland's largest dedicated property research team.