Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction

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Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction transaction services

Our real estate, hospitality & construction transactions services help companies along the transaction lifecycle’s three stages: acquire, hold and exit.

Acquire: real estate property/portfolio due diligence
We support acquisitions by executing real estate due diligence, which helps clients determine acquisition price, timing, liabilities and other key issues.

Hold: real estate value creation
We help you determine how to create value within a real estate portfolio and then assist in executing that plan. This often begins with a diagnostic assessment, which is based on interviews with clients in order to identify opportunities.

Exit: sell-side assistance
We assist in preparing real estate for either a sale in whole or to carve out an entity for sale. Frequently, we perform a diagnostic assessment as a first step, to help determine the actions needed to prepare for an exit.

Contact us

Real Estate

EY - Dean Hodcroft Dean Hodcroft
Head of Real Estate
+44 (0)20 7951 4870

 

More real estate contacts


Hospitality and Leisure

EY - Cameron Cartmell Cameron Cartmell
Head of Hospitality & Leisure
+44 [0]20 7951 5942

More H&L contacts


Construction

EY - Malcolm Bairstow Malcolm Bairstow
Head of Construction
+44 (0)20 7951 3685

More construction contacts


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For media queries please contact Adam Holden.

 

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