Whether you are an individual investor, a family office, an institutional investor or a property developer, Top Capital Group offers a vast variety of tailored real estate investment solutions to suits every risk appetite, financial and operational requirement.
Top Capital Group’s team offers a wealth of experience in investing, conceptualizing, managing and marketing real estate projects in Asia, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Top Capital Group benefits from an extensive network of long-standing relationships in the local and international real estate market which can be leveraged to optimize real estate projects, avoid potential pitfalls and maximize returns.
These relationships with leading experts and the means to orchestrate them encompass all stages of a real estate project: from land and real estate owners, to relevant local councils and planners, leading architects, cost efficient contractors, competent project managers, construction material providers and professional consultants, up to the best performing global sales agency partners, marketing consultants and media outlets.
Top Capital Group offers 360o turn-key real estate solutions consisting of off-market deal sourcing, feasibility study, financial analysis, debt and equity structuring, deal execution, development consulting and management and exit strategy.
Top Capital Group identifies and creates value at every step of the development process, mitigating risks and yielding substantial value from the initial concept to the detailed master plan, the formulation of the branding strategy and the business plan, the sourcing of debt & equity, up to the global sales & marketing strategy and implementation.
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Birmingham Market Update – 2020
This report provides a detailed analysis of the residential market in Birmingham. The report examines market dynamics including demand and price growth.. (…read more >>)
Spotlight: Revisions to our mainstream residential market forecasts
Despite the weak economic backdrop, evidence points to modest price growth in 2020 and far more activity than we previously expected. (…read more >>)
UK Cities House Price Index (September 2018)
The rate of house price growth across UK cities continues to moderate. The 20-city index is registering an annual rate of house price inflation of 3.2%, down from 3.8% a year ago. (…read more >>)
UK Cities House Price Index (March 2018)
UK city house price inflation running at 5.5%, up from 3.7% a year ago. Growth ranges from +8.1% in Edinburgh to -6.6% in Aberdeen. Cambridge other city with price falls. Signs that downward pressure on prices in London is easing on seasonal rise in activity and price reductions. Turnover looks set to stabilise in 2018 having fallen almost 20% since 2014. (…read more >>)
The Birmingham Report by Knight Frank (4 December 2017)
The UK is undergoing a period of significant change, and a growing sense of optimism across the West Midlands region, will be critical to how we turn uncertainty into success. (…read more >>)
The Birmingham Report: Birmingham residential & commercial property predictions for 2018 (Knight Frank – 4 December 2017)
Expectations from buyers continue to rise and this will prompt developers to consider the quality of schemes that are being delivered. The increased focus on design, from layout to finishes, is being seen across the board, from the more compact flat to larger apartments. (…read more >>)
UK Cities House Price Index – July 2017
City house price growth is slower than a year ago but average prices increased 3.5% in last 3 months. There is material upside for house prices outside southern England. In London the rate of growth has dropped from 13% to 3% in the last 12 months (…read more >>)
Birmingham remains top UK property hotspot according to new real estate report
Birmingham ranks as the highest UK city for investment prospects in the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Europe 2017: New market realities report. However, Birmingham – which was one of last year’s top 10 property hotspots in Europe – has dropped 15 places to number 22 based on investors’ views of the city’s prospects in 2017. (…read more >>)
The Birmingham Report
Even allowing for the fact that the last two decades can be categorised as an era of widespread urban regeneration across the UK, Birmingham’s transformation over that period has been truly remarkable. (…read more >>)