Investment Portfolio As at 31 December 2020

 
 

Retirement Housing Portfolio

2,223 homes | £212m

  • Rental payments are de-linked to economy as tenants pay through their pensions, housing benefits etc.

 

  • Provides fit-for-purpose homes for retired people, allowing them to maintain their independence without care provision

1%

 

Shared Ownership Portfolio 290 homes | £79m

11%

15%

4%

1%

Social Impact

  • Living with peers helps address loneliness, the largest health problem for an elderly population

 

  • Frees up large family homes

 

  • Renting avoids the burdens and transaction costs of ownership and provides lifetime security of tenure through assured tenancy

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2%

1%

14%

2%

10%

  • Shared ownership will be the predominant focus of ReSI’s ongoing investment

 

  • Affordable home ownership through part-buy, part-rent

 

  • Shared owners purchase a c.25% stake in a property and pay a below market rent on the remaining 75%

 

  • Shared owners have the option to staircase (i.e. purchase a larger share in the property at the then market value), releasing bulk discounts to ReSI

Social Impact

  • Shared ownership opens the door to home ownership

 

  • Provides lifetime security of tenure

 

  • Creates additional sub-market rental homes

25%

29%

 

Local Authority Housing Portfolio

289 homes | £33m

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Social Impact

  • Provides homes to those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness

 

  • Savings to local authorities versus bed and breakfasts of £200 per week per unit

 

  • ReSI acts as an institutional landlord, ensuring standards of accommodation are maintained

  • Leases directly to local authorities who have a statutory duty to house those at risk of homelessness

 

  • Focus on areas with most need for accommodation and strong supply/demand dynamics

 

  • Rent around market levels to minimise down-side if local authority does not renew lease