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Build to Rent in Scotland

The Build to Rent sector offers huge opportunities to developers and investors. Over 10 million people live in privately rented accommodation, and the growing UK market looks likely to do so for many years. Taking advantage of this sector demands a seamless, end-to-end approach that supports the entire building and those who live there.

As the UK’s premier residential property management group, our Build to Rent proposition delivers an integrated solution that spans skilled consultancy, property and asset management, residential services, tenancy and lettings management.


Why FirstPort?

Three decades of experience in crafting specialist property and asset management strategies to deliver operating returns in this market makes us the obvious choice. Our ethos is underpinned by strong Health & Safety, high site standards, open and transparent communication and healthy estate finances.

These are our four pillars – the integrated principles we have used to develop an award-winning property management business, backed by significant investment in IT systems that support enhanced decision-making. Our service safeguards the long-term performance of your Build to Rent investment.

Would you like to explore more?

If you would like to learn how FirstPort can help support your Build to Rent investment today and well into the future, while providing an exceptional experience for customers, then come and talk to us.

Contact Jeremy Ogborne on 01582 393 756 or email

Related reading:

FirstPort Build to Rent brochure

Briefing paper: Delivering Build to Rent – Are you ready?

Briefing paper: Delivering Build to Rent – Top ten questions answered

Briefing paper: Build to Rent – Aligning the stars

Briefing paper: Build to Rent in Scotland – Getting it right

Show House editorial: Build to Rent special – Keys to the kingdom

The Build to Rent Opportunity in Scotland (external report)

Property Week editorial: Property managers vital for expanding PRS model