Founded by Kirk Graham K‑R‑E is dedicated to generating appropriate risk adjusted returns across a variety of real estate sectors at any time during a Real Estate Cycle.
With over 25-years experience acquiring, developing, adding value and working in Partnerships the senior management team have a proven track record in delivering above average returns.
Using quantitive analysis of individual market segments and an opportunistic approach allows K‑R‑E to target assets that will deliver above average returns.
Successful projects that have been undertaken include refurbishments, new build projects, change of use from office to residential, mixed use schemes, planning gains and break-ups.
Working with some of the most prominent companies in the industry means that for each project a best in class team is assembled to see it to fruition.
The term innovation derives from the Latin word innovatus, which is the noun form of innovare "to renew or change". Innovation refers to the creation of better or more effective products, processes, technologies or ideas.
Innovation can only be developed through effective market knowledge and intelligence, at K‑R‑E we pride ourselves on developing strategies that will not only drive our business forward but will set us apart from the crowd.
Aggregation of Marginal Gains
In 2010, Dave Brailsford faced a tough job: No British cyclist had ever won the Tour de France.
As the new General Manager and Performance Director for Great Britain's professional cycling team Brailsford was asked to change that.
His approach was simple.
Brailsford believed in a concept that he referred to as the "aggregation of marginal gains." He explained it as "the 1% margin for improvement in everything you do." His belief was that if you improved every area related to cycling by just 1%, then those small gains would add up to remarkable improvement.
K‑R‑E has adopted this approach ensuring that at every stage of an asset life cycle, the philosophy of marginal gains is utilised, thereby maximising an asset's potential.