Lo Student housing diviene una delle “ most targeted, standardised and transparent alternative asset class” in Europa, secondo un Report presentato al MIPIM

KEY FINDINGS (Student housing in continental Europe)

  • out of alternative investment asset classes, investors are most frequently targeting student housing (53%)
  • over 500 investment companies already engaged in SH in Europe (e.g. 204 in Germany) – incl. major market leaders

  • Demand (international and domestic mobile students) is constantly growing and outstrips supply (avg 13% provision ratio, almost twice less than in UK or US)
  • SH asset class is established with high liquidity while yield rates over-perform mainstream asset classes with great margin
  • SH asset class is now well-documented, transparent and save environment for investment decisions:
    • Samuel Vetrak, CEO, StudentMarketing: “We have now succeeded to document over 500 investors, developers, operators and their portfolios, 20 EU markets, 60 cities, 5,000 SH buildings, incl. ownership, bed capacity, price details, amenities, facilities, services and student-customer preferences. This makes SH asset class a convenient environment for investment decisions, entry or expansion strategies, due diligence or pricing models.”
  • Based on pan-European research, communal premises matter increasingly more to students, even more than room equipment
  • European countries have ongoing interest, strategies and targets set to attract more international students, hence SH asset class is expected to be in further growth stage

Source : StudentMarketing Ltd.