For over 40 years the Regis Group has been a leading visionary in the UK and North American real estate sector. As investors, asset managers, developers and entrepreneurs we have identified multiple unique opportunities and turned them into successful scalable platforms to unlock the potential behind multiple residential initiatives.
We pride ourselves on building long-term relationships with our partners, stakeholders and customers and sourcing best in class talent for every project that we are involved in.
We create opportunities that shape entire industries.
We spot trends early and convert initiatives into scalable, tangible platforms that consolidate asset classes and deliver significant value for our clients and stakeholders.
We work in partnership with institutional investors, real estate asset managers and technology partners to take concepts through to delivery.
Longterm Reversions, one of the first consolidators in the UK AST market launched following industry deregulation in 1991.
Longterm Reversions consolidated. Regis achieves market-leading dominance of two different sectors in the UK: AST’s and Service-Linked Index Investments.
Mount Street Holdings founded, grows to become the UK’s largest apartment manager.
Mount Street Holdings is acquired by Erinaceous Group plc.
Riverstone residential launched in US.
R4 Capital, a US affordable housing syndicator, founded by Regis Group.
Invitation Homes, which grows to become the largest owner of single family properties in the United States, launched.
Greystar Acquires Riverstone Residential Group to becomes the largest residential manager in North America with more than 385,000 apartment units.
B2R Finance, a US real estate lend platform, launched providing Buy To Rent Mortgages and developer loans worth over $1 billion.
B2R Finance delivers First Multi-Borrower Single Family Rental (SFR) Securitization in North America.
Regis launches Sage Housing, reinvigorating the UK social housing sector and providing a private-sector solution to a social need for more affordable housing.
(February) Invitation Homes raises $1.54 billion in an initial public offering on the NYSE and a NAV of $2 billion.
(August) Invitation Homes and Starwood Waypoint agree merger to create US$11bn rental homes firm.