Real Estate | KPMG | UK

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real estate has become a global asset class. Lenders have returned to the market and demand is up but the sector is not without risk.

Real estate has become a global asset class.

New Foundations – the future of UK real estate

How will the UK real estate sector look in 20 years’ time?

Read more

Banks are now returning to the real estate market, alongside insurance companies and pension funds – all looking for long-term, low-risk investments.

However, a supply shortage and consequential price rises are forcing investors to seek alternatives, while those determined to remain in the real estate sector are diversifying in terms of location and use. Student accommodation, residential developments, hotels, retail outlets and logistics developments are now seen as attractive opportunities. And, if investors cannot buy, they can build.

Risks such as regulation and taxation affect how real estate investment vehicles are structured and disclosure regimes are already having an impact. A shifting tax environment creates uncertainty, while increased regulation adds to operating and administrative costs, creating a drain on returns.

Political influence is also creating opportunities as well as challenges. Real estate investment through new building projects creates jobs, benefits local communities, and attracts overseas investment – all key to economic growth.

KPMG has built up extensive experience in the real estate sector, based on detailed knowledge and insights through its tax, assurance and advisory services delivered through an international network. Having such solid foundations on your side could prove essential amid the uncertainty of real estate investment.


Will Brexit impact investment in UK real estate?

We asked leading global property figures their views on UK real estate post-Brexit.

Read more

Brexit and student housing: A degree of uncertainty

Post-Brexit vote, we look at the big questions in student accommodation real estate.

Read more

Look back, face forward: Real Estate 2017 market trends

The Real Estate team look back at landmark deals made in 2016 and offer their predictions on market trends for the coming year.

Read more

BEPS: Key considerations for real estate funds

This report explores the impact on real estate funds of four of the 15 OECD actions.

Read more

Investing in UK real estate after Brexit

Property investors will need to take a more granular view of the UK market

Read more

Real Estate insights:

Connect with us


Request for proposal