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Gavriel is a highly respected analyst and pioneer of deep understanding of global Residential markets.

REalyse is now the leading real estate data analytics system in the UK, enabling companies such as CBRE, Lloyds, Lend Lease and HM Government to make faster and better informed property investment and development decisions by bringing together hundreds of datasets from across the UK into a single system.

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Where is the affordability ceiling?

Where is the affordability ceiling?

Rents have gone up, and they keep going up. This is a boon for the growing BTR/Multi-Family sector in the UK. However, the question is, how far can this really go? Eventually rents must hit a limit where further increases are just not possible.

About the author

Gavriel Merkado

Gavriel Merkado

REalyse

Gavriel Merkado started off working in stock brokerages and hedge funds, helping to analyse investments and strategies. Some years later he left finance and went into real estate, joining Quintain Plc under the founder Adrian Wyatt OBE and then on to other pioneering real estate companies such as Essential Living with Darryl Flay.

Always a nerd and with a background in finance and economics, the decision making process of real estate development and investment companies fascinated him as compared to the process in financial markets. The disparity in the data available to real estate companies, compared to what was available in financial markets is what ultimately led him to create REalyse.

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To infinity and beyond?

About ten years ago, the average residential rent in the UK was about £750/month, today it’s closer to £1,300 which is a 5.6% CAGR.

Where is the affordability ceiling?

Where is the affordability ceiling?

Rents have gone up, and they keep going up. This is a boon for the growing BTR/Multi-Family sector in the UK. However, the question is, how far can this really go? Eventually rents must hit a limit where further increases are just not possible.

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