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The affordable housing-focused European Residential Income Fund II is the manager’s second European discretionary fund.
The sector has been a bright patch for real estate investors thus far, but the end to a generous unemployment program raises serious questions.
The London-based residential investment firm expects to see opportunities arise from oversupply and stimulus payments coming to an end.
Schroders Octopus Senior Housing Retirement Living
While long-term prospects remain healthy given demographic trends, the sector has seen record-low occupancy rates and slumping returns during the pandemic.
The Chicago-based investment manager’s new partnership with Cortland Partners is planning to capitalize on the current work-from-home environment.
Opportunity Zones
The coronavirus’s devastating economic impact is expected to create a stronger case for opportunity zone multifamily investments. But the challenges have not gone away.
A growing number of US equity and debt managers are creating assets to serve housing needs of the middle- and lower-income renters disproportionately impacted by job losses due to the pandemic.
The region is crying out for affordable housing solutions, yet few private real estate groups have been able to offer one that works for buyers and their investors.
The emerging co-living sector taps into demand for affordable housing solutions in gateway cities and from young professionals who value experience more than assets.
The top managers in the space believe the sector will remain resilient, even as the crisis has put new pressures on the niche property type.
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