The strength of the UK student housing market has attracted institutional investors for some time. But, asks Rachel Goult, could the sector be about to weaken?
Demand for bandwidth is only going to increase, especially with the emergence of Internet of Things. The data centre market is only going to get bigger, write Tom Duncan and Bob Thompson
Its customers come and go, but the hotel industry is attracting a new kind of long-term owner. Maha Khan Phillips checks into a growing institutional sector
The growth of the hotel industry in Asia-Pacific is vulnerable to short-term shocks, but its long-term outlook is attracting investors. Florence Chong reports
The sector is led by the US, UK and Australia. But student housing is fast becoming a global market, writes Florence Chong
As the boundary between student and professional living blurs, Germany’s growing sector is ripe for consolidation, says Russell Handy
Will Brexit affect student numbers and hurt the appeal of the sector in the UK? Not necessarily, say Joanna Turner and Rocco Versace
People in the UK are spending less of their leisure time out of town and more in town, in this buoyant but evolving market, writes Eleanor Jukes
The nascent UK sector leads the way in Europe, with listed companies including Big Yellow performing well, writes Russell Handy
Healthcare is one of a number of niche sectors attracting investors looking beyond core real estate markets. Rachel Fixsen reports
The healthcare sector is fragmented and tightly regulated, but it has not put off investors, say Johann Rumetsch and Raffaele Mazza
President Trump has pledged to abolish Obamacare. But there are bigger factors at play for US healthcare. Christopher O’Dea reports
The Japanese have the longest average lifespan in the world, making them an obvious target for healthcare, says Christopher O’Dea
The serviced apartment is a fairly new concept. But, writes Russell Kett, investors should recognise that the model has longevity
The UK is the leading market for data centres in Europe. But, asks Michael Hunter, could its position be threatened by leaving the EU?
The Marriott-Starwood merger has created the largest global hotel group – and one with an ‘asset-light’ strategy. Stephanie Schwartz-Driver reports