Learning Curve: Why Student Housing Development Is Making the Grade
Read this new white paper for insights into opportunities in this standout sector.
At a time when multifamily metrics often give mixed signals, student housing is a standout. Demographics is a strong driver. The National Center for Education Statistics projects that undergraduate enrollment will reach 16.8 million by 2031, up 8 percent from 2023.
Meanwhile, development is trending upward, with 153,000 beds planned or in progress, according to a survey of leading institutions by Yardi Matrix. Developers and universities are unveiling a steady stream of major plans, financing and project completions.
Yet multifamily investors must also contend with the capital markets squeeze; investment sales plummeted 73 percent year-over-year during the second quarter, according to Yardi Matrix’s midyear report.
In this MHN white paper, you’ll read about the key trends that are shaping opportunities for developers and investors in this dynamic sector, with analysis from leading student housing experts and insightful data.
And check out our webinar with Campus Apartments COO Miles Orth to learn the strategies for maximizing NOI, identifying opportunities and determining the best amenities for your residents.