Residential Land Press and Media Section

PERE – The 2012 Global Investor 30

PERE News - 2012 Global Investor 30

Residential Land were recently featured in a keynote interview with Macquaire Capital in the PERE 2012 Global Investor 30 supplement.

The article written by Jonathan Brasse discusses Macquarie Capital’s advisory role in $36 billion of private real estate transactions over the past 9 years.

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Destination London – A guide to investing in prime London residential property


Property Week and Residential Land produce a guide to investing in prime London residential property

As the prime London residential property market continues to be a safe haven for investors across the world, Residential Land and Property Week have collaborated to create an insiders guide to investing in Prime central London.

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Residential Land launches prime central London investment partnership

Residential Land, London’s largest prime central private landlord, today announced the launch of a joint venture partnership with Apollo Global Real Estate Management and Ivanhoe Cambridge.

Property Week front page - Bruce's resi

Property Week front page – Bruce’s resi bonus

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Property Week article ‘Ritchie and Palos Primed for more’

Residential Land in Property Week

Residential Land CEO, Bruce Ritchie was recently mentioned in a Property Week article titled ‘Ritchie and Palos Primed for more’.

The article discussed the joint venture between Residential Land boss Bruce Ritchie and entrepreneur Brett Palos, and mentions how recent trading is encouraging the landlords to purchase more residential assets to add to their portfolio.

Palos, the stepson of Topshop owner Sir Philip Green, paid Lloyds Banking Group and Ritchie’s Residential Land £400m last May for 21 apartment blocks across central London. Profitable trading over the last year has encouraged the landlords to start buying again.

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Residential Land surveyor on Homes Under The Hammer

Martin Roberts with Anthony Quin (Residential Land Surveyor)

One of Residential Land’s Building Surveyors, Anthony Quin will be making his debut on the small screen on Friday 22nd October in series 14 of Homes Under The Hammer broadcasting on BBC 1 at 10am.  He caught the eye of the BBC team whilst purchasing property with his brother in Telford, Shropshire earlier this year.

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City AM – Rental Agony Column, November

Louise Savage, Sales & Marketing Director at Residential Land writes a monthly column for City AM offering readers advice on renting flats in London. Some of the most recent questions include:
Q. Dear Louise, I’ve seen a lot of websites springing up where you can rent out your property independently. I’m tempted but I’m a bit nervous. What do you think?

A. These websites have their place in the market in exactly the same way that letting agents do and they will certainly save you money on agency fees. However, you need to consider carefully whether it is the right method for you to rent out your property, as it is not suitable for everybody.

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City AM – Rental Agony Column, October

Louise Savage, Sales & Marketing Director at Residential Land writes a monthly column for City AM offering readers advice on renting in London. Some of the most recent questions include:

Q. Dear Louise, I wanted to sell my flat last year, but I couldn’t find a buyer and so I rented it out. Now the market is moving again, I think the time is ripe to sell, but I still have tenants in there. Is that a problem?

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City AM – Rental Agony Column, July

Louise Savage, Sales & Marketing Director at Residential Land writes a monthly column for City AM offering readers advice on renting flats in London. Some of the most recent questions include:

Q.I am moving in with my girlfriend but can’t sell my flat for the right price so have chosen to become a landlord. Can you give me any advice as to what I need to do?

A.Renting out a property is simple for a landlord who has been doing it for 20 years but for someone new to it, it can be difficult. If you want to be involved in the process, then here is a good checklist.

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City AM – Rental Agony Column, March

Louise Savage, Sales & Marketing Director at Residential Land writes a monthly column for City AM offering readers advice on renting properties in the capital. Some of the most recent questions include:

Dear Louise, my neighbours make a lot of noise. Do my rights as a tenant mean that the landlord should deal with this?

This intrusive problem is very common and causes a huge amount of distress to thousands of people. Visit your neighbour first. They may not even realise how loud they are or that they are disturbing you and a polite chat may be enough to solve the problem without antagonising them and starting a feud.

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City AM – Rental Agony Column, February

Louise Savage, Sales & Marketing Director at Residential Land writes a monthly column for City AM offering readers advice on renting properties in the capital. Some of the most recent questions include:

Dear Louise, What are the best ways to go about looking for a house share in a good part of London that is easy commuting distance from the City?

London is such a big and diverse city, you really need to narrow down your search to area and price. It is easy to commute into the city from most places that are near a tube station, so look at a tube map, preferably with someone who knows London well, and choose a few key areas to focus on that will suit your personal needs.

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