Student housing

Cross-Border Investors Continue Spending in Australia

Benjamin Chow / July 2nd, 2020

The restrictions on inbound travel have not dampened European and Asian investment appetite...

Chart: Global Activity Tracker, Europe Resists Drop

Beatrice Ginieis / June 8th, 2020

Transaction volume is just 6% lower for Europe, Middle East and Africa, while in the Americas...

European Investors Shy From UK in Brexit Run-Up

Tom Leahy / August 27th, 2019

European players spent 50% less in the U.K. in the first half of 2019 compared with a year ago; the second quarter was the slowest three-month...

US Student Housing Prices Have Never Been Higher

Jim Costello / June 26th, 2019

Prices for U.S. student housing investments have never been higher. The forces propelling prices to such high levels are varied, with some help...

Student Housing: Just a Temporary Yield Play?

Jim Costello / October 11th, 2018

Swimming pools, private kitchens and distance to campus are some of the factors determining differences in rent levels...

Peak Student Housing in the US?

Jim Costello / April 9th, 2018

The upswing in student housing investment in the U.S. over the last decade has largely followed the growth of the 18 to 24 year old population in the nation. As the millennial cohort begins to...

European Investors Seek New Investment Territory, Avoid Cycle Roulette

Tom Leahy / January 4th, 2018

The inevitably of the boom and bust that characterizes the property market doesn’t make it any easier for players to predict the arrival of the next crash. Therefore, instead of playing a game of roulette...

Will the Trickles Show Signs of New Trends?

Steve Williams / May 9th, 2017

We write periodically about measuring “dry powder” as an indicator of future deal volumes. Several fund managers have recently mentioned it to me again. The world’s real estate capital dam, they...

Europe Capital Trends 2016 in Review: Germany Takes CRE Crown

Tom Leahy / February 3rd, 2017

European real estate investment fell 21% in 2016 from the record levels of 2015, the new edition of Europe Capital Trends shows. Investment volumes in the U.K. dropped 43% and Germany took the crown as...

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