Universities are not able to provide all students with housing, private investors help to fill this gap
The globalization of higher education plays into the hands of investors. Student housing is becoming an increasingly attractive asset: over the past three years, the number of investors who evaluate investment prospects in this sector as “very good” has increased 2.5 times, according to Statista. A characteristic feature of this sector is the so-called acyclicity: the number of students can grow both in times of crisis and in times of economic upsurge. Continue reading
Review prepared by Tranio and CIAN
Small apartments are traditionally in demand. At the same time, they are increasingly being acquired not as housing for themselves, but are considered as an object for investment. How much the investment will meet the investor’s expectations will largely depend on the country in which he plans to choose an apartment.
The best strategy for the investor will be the purchase of two small apartments, instead of one more spacious. Continue reading
The rapidly developing digital technologies, steadily penetrating into all spheres of our life, have not bypassed the real estate market, where the term PropTech is increasingly mentioned.
PropTech (from the English. Property Technologies technologies in real estate) is a multifaceted phenomenon. It combines all modern innovative technologies and applied solutions in the field of real estate creation and management (real estate transactions, investment analysis, construction and design, development, real estate maintenance, etc.). Continue reading