Optimising affordable housing valuations in a turbulent market
Recent market turbulence, the anticipated rent cap, pension regulation changes, the increased cost of living and rising energy prices have all added to existing pressures on housing associations to address building safety and meet net zero carbon targets. As a result, protecting and optimising property portfolios, security and valuations has become more important than ever.
Join us for our series of nationwide seminars in conjunction with JLL to explore the latest developments, challenges and opportunities facing the sector in these uncertain times.
The session is relevant to not for profit and for profit registered providers alike. It is designed for finance directors, corporate finance professionals, senior and junior treasury team members, security/charging specialists, in house legal teams and all development professionals involved in charging, portfolio sales and acquisition due diligence processes.
Please do share this invite with other members of your team who may be interested.
Topics we will explore:
Legal update: What are the current issues likely to impact upcoming charging transactions, pension regulation, building safety and the latest on mortgagee exclusion clauses.
Valuations: What housing associations should expect in the coming months.
Rent cap: How this will impact valuations.
Asset Registers and good data: How to source key information for charging success.
Shared ownership portfolios: Strategies for ensuring a successful shared ownership portfolio transaction as an alternative funding or investment solution.
Charging and portfolio transaction success and maximising value: How you can help ensure quick, smooth and successful preparation for portfolio sales, acquisitions and charging transactions in the current climate and develop effective strategies for extracting the most value from your real estate assets.
Speakers include: Richard Petty of JLL, Katie Dyer, Melanie Comer, Hannah Jackson and Jeremy Hunt of Trowers & Hamlins.
10.30am: Seminar sessions
12.00pm: Lunch and networking
The session will be held in Bristol on 16 November, Manchester on 23 November, London on 29 November and Birmingham on 6 December. Please click the RSVP button to confirm your place at your preferred location.