What We Do

Bespoke mandates

We advise and manage capital looking to invest in residential property.

We have an established track record of:

  • Creating and managing residential portfolios that meet return requirements
  • Partnerships with institutions, discretionary fund managers, family offices and private client advisors (including wealth managers, lawyers and accountants)

Investment Property Search

  • Investment adviser to Top London Residential Property Fund
  • Adviser on Residential property strategies
  • Detailed Residential research

The Prime London Capital Fund

  • The leading Prime Central London residential fund. Set up in 2007.
  • A Guernsey Class B open-ended fund.
  • Best performing IPD UK All market Lets portfolio in 2011 with a total return of 16.2%.
  • Visit the Prime London Capital Fund website

Research

  • The starting point for all our investment decisions. We monitor macro and micro economic indicators and incorporate them into our regular research on residential property.
  • Our group has large amounts of proprietary data on London residential property.
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The D&G Asset Management investment cycle
Valuable London properties

Investment adviser to the Prime London Capital Fund

  • The leading Prime Central London residential fund. Set up in 2007.
  • Best performing IPD UK All Market Lets portfolio in 2011 with a total return of 16.2%
  • Visit the Prime London Capital Fund Website
Properties at Cadogan Square

£10 billion under management

  • Group collects rent for 2,500 tenants (0.04% default rate)
  • Over £65m of rent collected per annum
  • “D&GAM provides a one-stop shop for any residential property investor, research through capital deployment and improvement to management”
Impressive property seen from street

Residential Property as an Asset Class

  • It is estimated that Britons currently pay between £55bn - £65bn to Buy-To-Let property owners*.
  • Against this background, it is unsurprising that institutions, pension funds and global family offices are starting to invest heavily in the sector.

* Source: Economist magazine 12th December 2017