Why the UK’s housing associations point to the future of world real estate

Yolande Barnes-2

Other sectors have a lot to learn from HAs’ expertise at securing future income streams

The year 1989 was notable in real estate. Most people will remember it for the Housing Act, which revolutionised the housing market through the deregulation of rents and the introduction of assured shortholds and assured tenancies.

The impact took time to be realised but three decades on residential property is an established asset class and the private rented sector has grown from 9% of stock to 20%.

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