In this increasingly complex and interconnected world, understanding the macro demographic trends shaping real estate use is key for investors seeking to tap into the growth stories of the future. Generating sustainable income from property depends on a clear understanding of these trends. We take a research-driven approach to investing to identify opportunities that anticipate the needs of society.
We are an independent real estate investment and asset management business focused on residential asset classes in the UK and Europe. Our business is backed by a series of private family offices and globally recognised investment partners.
Our thematic investment approach is analytical, data driven and targeted. Research is integral to everything we do.
We partner with property developers, land owners and housebuilders to acquire, fund and manage opportunities which meet our investment criteria.
Rental Living – Urban multi-family
MGT’s Rental Living multi-family strategy is focused on urban locations in London and Southern England. We focus on knowledge centres which are hubs of innovation and creativity which attract younger Millennials and Generation Z where a supply and demand housing imbalance has created significant opportunity for rental living. MGT predicts these cities will generate superior income growth and capital appreciation.
Rental Living – Suburban single-family
MGT’s Rental Living single-family strategy is focused on houses and low-rise garden apartments in Southern England. We focus on the travel-to-work catchment of knowledge centres which are hubs of innovation and creativity which attract older Millennials and families. Knowledge centres are projected to significantly outperform the wider market due to a disproportionate share of the knowledge economy, combined with a highly educated population.
MGT’s Central London strategy focuses on acquiring apartments in Central London for rent and capital growth. Prime Central London values are significantly below the 2014 peak and supply is rapidly reducing. We believe there is significant pent-up demand driven by affluent domestic and international residents. Consequently, London values are forecast to recover strongly during the next 5 years.