Greater Noida represents a significant market for student housing with the requirement of over 83,000 students, says a report
The sector may witness consolidation with smaller operators exiting, resulting in stronger players with sustainable financial and operational model, a new report says.
The company is planning to expand its working professional segment in three cities including Chennai, Delhi and Indore over the next three months
As many as 13 student housing brands now have 1.5 lakh beds across India.
While it still needs to be seen how the Act impacts the co-living and student housing space, the parity in the rent deposit structure may bring co-living and traditional leases in line with each other
Real estate developers yet to warm up to the new asset class due to absence of tax breaks
Currently, the bulk of the student housing demand is serviced by the unorganised sector comprising rented accommodation and private hostels.
From warehousing, co-working to co-living, there are a plethora of options that offer healthy returns.
As per data made available by real estate consultants, total office absorption across the top 7 cities is geared to cross 39 mn sq ft in 2018
As per estimates, the student housing market is expected to see a compounded annual growth rate of 38 percent to Rs 2,400 crore until 2020
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Globally, student housing is acknowledged as an important and lucrative real estate segment. It is generally included under the â€˜alternative‘ real estate asset classes. In its current form in India, student housing essentially comprises R