A growing generation of urban renters and supportive government policies are creating opportunities for institutional capital to access large-scale residential investments. Multifamily, co-living, student housing, and senior living are attracting investors who seek defensive assets and portfolio diversification.
Multifamily investment volumes and funds will double over the next three years.
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Investors need to realign their living strategies
Traditional investment approaches are being challenged and investors need new strategies to drive returns and reduce risk.
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Is it time to consider joint ventures and partner with living operators to unlock value?
Competitive markets require more creative investment strategies such as joint ventures, re-capitalisations and platform investments. Innovative financing and refinancing methods will mitigate economic headwinds and varying valuations as the market continues its recovery.
Is it time to diversify your portfolio and enter new sectors and locations?
Increasingly, institutional capital is hunting for opportunity in multi-family / build-to-rent, senior living and co-living - a sign of the broader pivot toward defensive strategies amid ongoing economic uncertainty.
Is it time to repurpose your assets to better accommodate new ways of living?
The world of real estate has changed and for those who own and operate buildings, this presents challenges and opportunities. Investors will need to repurpose existing assets to build resilience across their portfolio and drive performance. Demand for residential properties is growing and evolving, opening opportunities for mixed-use developments, especially those with units that can support demographic shifts and community living.
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2021 research - Growth opportunities in the living sectorJLL anticipates that the living sector will account for one-third of direct real estate investment globally by 2030. To better understand the global landscape of opportunity in this dynamic sector, JLL has developed a framework to assess market maturity and momentum across 24 of the largest and most promising for-rent housing markets globally.
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Futureproof your residential portfolioTrends in lifestyle, flexible working, and mixed-use developments are creating new ways of living. Investors and owners need to understand evolving uses of space in order to add value to existing portfolios.
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2020 research – Reimagining the living sector in Asia PacificMultifamily and build-to-rent investments in the Asia Pacific increased in 2020. While this sharp increase could be triggered by a flight to defensive assets, we believe growth drivers for the sector are structural, not cyclical.
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