Luxembourg Pavilion – Hall A1, Booth 330
While student housing has been an established property asset class in the US and in UK for years, the central European market is now increasingly catching the attention of an international community of investors – above all, as an investment balancing volatile markets. Influenced by trends in student numbers and general supply of residential property, the market of student housing is resilient to cyclical economic patterns. Also, reliable tenants and tenancy rates of almost 100 percent ensure less volatile yields above the level of the regular housing market. Learn about the German student market, its investment opportunities and hear from leading industry experts about their experiences investing in it.
CEO at Deutsche Real Estate Funds Advisor
Lead Director Student Housing & Higher Education at JLL
Partner and Head of Investor Relations & Germany at Internos Global Investors
CEO at MPC Real Estate Development
Chairman at EUREAS