Grainger aims to be the first port of call for any organisation seeking exposure to the UK and German residential property markets.
We are a long-term player and aligning our interests to those of our partners, through co-investment or shared reward arrangements, is at the heart of our values.
Here are a few examples of our partnerships:
We are a co-investor in one of the UK’s largest market-let residential investment funds, GRIP, alongside Europe’s biggest institutional investor, APG, the Dutch pension fund asset manager. In addition, we provide fund management, asset management and property management services to the fund. Find out more about GRIP here. In 2015 GRIP was
awarded a Green Star in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark 2015 Result for the second year in a row. The ‘Green Star’ performance category which
represents the highest category of performance.
In Aldershot, England we have entered a long-term relationship with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation of the Ministry of Defence, leading a highly complex project to deliver approximately 4,000 homes and community facilities on historically important, but surplus, military land to create a thriving community to the benefit of Aldershot and delivering the best value for the Ministry of Defence.
Grainger's Residential Asset Management Platform (G:Ramp) provides select clients an integrated strategic and operational property and asset management solution for their residential property portfolios. We can help you secure maximum value from your residential property portfolios, handling them in the same way we handle our own, through a tried and tested process of inspection, migration onto our platform, stabilisation and then realisation.
G:Ramp benefits from the proven processes that Grainger relies on to manage its own £2.4b residential portfolio. The G:Ramp processes ensure an alignment between our property and asset management and the portfolio owner, our client to whom G:Ramp can provide anything from large scale accretive refurbishment projects to simply creating liquidity for distressed assets.