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Mainstay Group is one of the most successful property asset management agents in the UK.
With offices in London, Worcester, Birmingham and Manchester supporting an extensive national management infrastructure, we are well-placed to supply property asset management solutions nationwide.
Our residential management portfolio consists of some 40,000 homes in management and a further 20,000 secured in planning, underlining our capacity and ability to provide high-quality services across England and Wales to a wide range of developments.
Our growing portfolio is supported by Mainstay Commercial and Mainstay Facilities Management, adding a credible and cost effective commercial property management capability, surveying and professional services, as well as a wide range of facilities management services. Enabling us to add value for our customers and further enhance our already high levels of service flexibility and efficiency, whilst at the same time reducing costs through self-delivery of a broad scope of property related services.
A whopping £30bn of private-rented homes could be built over the next parliament if the government provides the right support for the sector, a group of nearly 40 investors and developers has claimed.
China Life, the state-backed insurance giant, is in the final stages of negotiations to buy a 50% stake in one of the City of London’s first office towers.
Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate (KWE) has acquired a non-performing loan (NPL) secured against the freehold interest in Pioneer Point, Ilford.
Grainger, the UK’s largest listed residential property owner and manager, has agreed terms with an affiliate of the Lone Star Funds for the sale of Grainger’s interest in New Sovereign Reversions to Lone Star Real Estate Fund III (LSREF III).
Miller Homes has revealed a 19% hike in turnover and a 10% improvement in the average selling price for its homes to £200,000.
A two-tier market for commercial property debt is emerging with institutions and REITs degearing while other borrowers seek higher levels of leverage, according to the latest Laxfield UK CRE Debt Barometer.
Salmon Harvester Properties has acquired the freehold of a prime retail and leisure development opportunity in Sutton Coldfield from administrators at PWC appointed over Spring, a Castlemore Securities company.
An SPV under 90 North Real Estate Partners has secured a £41m loan facility to finance the acquisition of the Drakehouse Retail Park in Sheffield.
Union Hanover Securities has secured planning consent for its £126m Penny Brook hotel scheme in Stratford, London.
Ediston Property Investment Company has bought an 18,500 sq ft office in Bath for almost £4.4m.
Oxford Properties and Brockton Capital have formed a new 50/50 joint venture to redevelop the Royal Mail Sorting Office on New Oxford Street.
Irish property agent HWBC has appointed Tony Waters as its new managing director after a bumper year that has been investment deals top €1bn.
Mayfair-based Chenavari Financial Group has placed under offer the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Aldgate Union building in the City of London for around £130m.
Investment returns from UK commercial property have fallen to 2.9% in the first quarter of 2015 from 4.1% in the final quarter of last year, according to the IPD UK Quarterly Index.