Tim Matthews

Blue Marble Takes on Management of CRT Property Portfolio

Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) has increased the value of property assets under its management to well in excess of £100 million, by taking on the asset management of the property portfolio of CRT Property Investments Ltd, a subsidiary of the Coalfields Regeneration Trust. Birmingham-based real estate asset management company Blue Marble has taken

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Blue Marble Property Fund Starts off with a bang!

Blue Marble Asset Management took over Doveridge Clay Shooting Ground on 27th March to mark the forthcoming Blue Marble Property Fund. The Fund, which is aimed at professional investors, will be commencing its capital raise very shortly. To mark the occasion, Blue Marble invited a number of potential investors to join them on a clay

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Blue Marble Expands Into New Larger Birmingham Office

Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) has expanded in to new, larger office space in the heart of Birmingham’s Colmore Business District, in order to accommodate its growing business. The specialist commercial property wealth management company has taken a self-contained office suite on the first floor of 63 Church Street, Birmingham, B3 2DP, the office

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Blue Marble Sells Tamworth HQ Office Investment

Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) has sold the freehold of a modern self-contained HQ office building in Tamworth for well in excess of the asking price, representing a net initial yield of 6.6%. Acting on behalf of private clients, Tim Matthews, Chief Executive of Birmingham-based real estate asset management company Blue Marble, sold the

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Blue Marble at MIPIM 2018

Blue Marble Asset Management will be at MIPIM 2018 next week. Tim Matthews and Ed Jones will be in Cannes on 13 and 14 March meeting new investors and promoting the forthcoming Blue Marble Property Fund. “We’ve got some good meetings lined up with investors who are interested in our strategic acquisition and asset management

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Blue Marble at MIPIM 2018

Blue Marble Asset Management will be at MIPIM 2018 later this month. Tim Matthews and Ed Jones will be in Cannes on 13 and 14 March meeting new investors and promoting the forthcoming Blue Marble Property Fund. “We’ve got some good meetings lined up with investors who are interested in our strategic acquisition and asset

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Blue Marble Sponsors Midlands Property Quiz

For the second year in succession Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) was a sponsor of the annual Midlands Property Quiz which saw 500 people from the region’s property and professional services industries taking part to raise money for charity. The Birmingham-based specialist real estate asset management company sponsored the Brochure Round in the long-running

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Miller Homes' signage at its new Worcester office at Whittington Hall.

Miller Homes Chooses Worcester’s Whittington Hall for New South Midlands Office

Award-winning national housebuilder Miller Homes has chosen Whittington Hall in Worcester for a new office to serve its growing business in the South Midlands area. Acting on behalf of the Pemberstone Partnership, Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) let 7,813 sq ft of fully refurbished, grade A, premium office accommodation in Brook Court, Whittington Hall,

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Tim Matthews

Strong Commercial Property Investment Performance Will Continue into 2018

The commercial property investment market recorded its second best annual performance in 18 years, with total returns for 2017 standing at 11.8%*, with the weight of private equity still resulting in competitive demand for good quality assets, according to Birmingham-based specialist real estate asset management company, Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble). In the Winter

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Blue Marble Barometer fair

Winter 2018 Barometer – Fair

Following a relatively slow start to the year, the commercial property investment market in 2018 appears to be carrying on where it left off in 2017. With few signs of investors exercising caution, the weight of private equity is still resulting in competitive demand for good quality assets. Because this appetite to invest does not

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