Market report: Student housing

DWS Vita Student Edinburgh

COVID-19 has created a previously unforeseen fault line in the global student-housing market. On one side of the divide are countries with a deep domestic student market, such as the US, where the recent disruption has barely affected operations. On the other side are countries reliant on international students, such as Australia, where student-housing operators are struggling to stay afloat, as we analyse in this report.

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