Knight Frank has launched a new dedicated residential capital markets team to focus on the residential investment sector. To lead the team, Knight Frank has appointed Tim MacMahon – the former Head of Residential Capital Markets at CBRE.
Over the past couple of years, Tim has been involved in over €1bn worth of transactions and has advised a variety of clients – such as SW3 Capital, Bain Capital, Dwyer Nolan, Glenveagh, Deutsche Bank, Hammerson and Tristan Capital.
“We believe that the residential capital markets sector will dominate the investment market for the coming years and made the easy decision to set up a dedicated team. It has been the fastest-growing capital markets sector in Ireland and indeed globally for the past decade. We are delighted to welcome Tim on board and to have him leading the team given his position as one the market’s leading specialists.”James Meagher, Knight Frank
The residential capital markets team will focus on the sale, acquisition, research and funding of all aspects of the sector – including purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA), multifamily, micro living and long-income investments.
“I am delighted to be joining the Knight Frank team and excited for the coming years where residential investment on an institutional scale will be a key part of delivering suitable housing to a severely-undersupplied market. The international investment community look at Ireland as one of the strongest growth markets in EMEA, and in a post-Covid marketplace, this sector will remain very attractive.”Tim MacMahon, Head of Residential Capital Markets, Knight Frank
Knight Frank has a presence in all major cities throughout Europe, Asia and America. It also has the largest residential capital markets team in the UK.
“Tim has an exceptional track record within Dublin’s PRS market, and he brings a huge amount of experience to the role. He will play a key part in implementing our wider strategy to build the leading residential investment team in the UK, Ireland and Europe, and we are extremely pleased to welcome him to the partnership.”James Mannix, Head of EMEA & UK Residential Capital Markets, Knight Frank