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Carr joins Cordea Savills

Cordea Savills has appointed former manager of the ING UK residential property fund Patrick Carr as director of UK Residential.
Carr joins the residential team managing the diversified residential opportunities fund, the Cordea Savills student hall fund and the accommodation investment fund for charities.
Carr worked for ING Real Estate for seven years spending the last two managing the residential fund.
Carr says: “Cordea Savills understands the opportunities within a residential market worth an estimated £3.3bn and places residential investment on an equal footing with commercial. Cordea Savills is fast becoming a mainstream residential fund manager and I am delighted to be joining this growing team.”
Cordea Savills director Steve Taylor says: “Patrick is an experienced and knowledgeable fund manager whose experience in residential property complements our offering perfectly. We are one of only a few fund managers offering residential funds to both institutional and private investors, and we are delighted to have hired one of the best managers in this area.”

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