Who are we?

M&G Real Estate, the dedicated property fund management arm of M&G, is a specialist investor in all major real estate sectors across the globe. We are one of the world’s largest property investors with £28.5bn* of assets in the UK, Europe and Asia.

What is property?

Property is a physical, tangible asset – ‘bricks and mortar’. Investors can generate returns in the form of income, from tenants paying rent, and in the form of capital gains, if a property is eventually sold for a profit. The property market is split into two main areas – residential and commercial. Commercial property can provide investors with a more reliable income because leases are longer and corporate tenants are less likely to fail to pay rent. While buying large commercial properties is beyond the reach of most individuals, investing alongside others in a fund is one way to access the asset class.

What do we do?

M&G Real Estate invests in a wide range of commercial properties, from office buildings to shopping centres, and warehouses to student accommodation. Our reach is truly global, with 12 offices across Europe and Asia. We are finding real estate investment opportunities in every continent around the world.

How do we deliver?

Drawing on 150 years of investment experience, we actively manage the properties that we own to maximise returns and generate a strong income stream for investors in our direct property funds.

M&G Real Estate has a Responsible Property Investment (RPI) strategy which seeks to ensure that our activities enrich the lives of the people and communities we operate in. Through this, we aim to create value for our investors, society and the environment.

To find out more about our property funds, please click on a fund name: 

The value of a fund's assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.

M&G Property Portfolio and M&G Feeder of Property Portfolio invest in assets that may at times be hard to sell. This means that there may be occasions when you experience a delay or receive less than you might otherwise expect when selling your investment. For more information on risks, see the relevant Prospectus and Key Investor Information Document.

*As at 30 June 2020 (including cash).

For more information, please view our M&G Guide to Property


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