What you'll learn
- Secular trends driving demand in housing- age, marital trends, education, job formation, domestic and international immigration- and where to source the data to demonstrate it.
- COVID induced migration patterns and the changing nature of “office” work.
- Market and Asset Identification strategies leveraging commercially available datasets
- Speeding up Underwriting Cycle times- the hidden cost of inflexibility
- Understanding the Macroeconomic & cost of capital context, including inflation/deflation
The focus of this session is on rapidly growing niche asset types: student housing, self-storage, lab space (office) and medical office. Specifically, we’ll cover the post-secondary educational sector, its emerging consolidation, and the implications of remote & hybrid educational experiences on the student housing sector. All these niche sectors target a specific societal need and trend.
Harvard Graduate School of Design
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