Rising Property Prices: Will Co-Living Operators Benefit?

Rising Property Prices: Will Co-Living Operators Benefit?

Property prices are increasing faster than rents, driving more millennials and young professionals to the rental market and co-living rather than purchasing. Will operators of co-living spaces benefit from this trend? How will more co-living spaces affect 2022’s residential property

What Successful Co-Living Spaces Look Like

What Successful Co-Living Spaces Look Like

Want to understand the evolution of co-living? Co-living spaces are breathing new life into older residential properties through a facelift. In cities where student accommodation has been under built, co-living spaces has become a good option for investors. What are

Singaporeans Are Moving Into Co-Living Spaces

Singaporeans Are Moving Into Co-Living Spaces

A new trend is making waves in Singapore - the young generation is choosing co-living spaces. An increasing number of locals want more space and privacy. Demand for co-living spaces has increased with the growth of disposable income of single

Co-Living Spaces Gaining Ground

Co-Living Spaces Gaining Ground

When living costs get too high in growing metropolitan cities like Singapore, HK, Tokyo – what options do young people have? Co-living is a growing choice where accommodation is viewed as a service rather than an asset. Will this change

£34bn need yearly – The Spotlight Turns to Private Capital

£34bn need yearly – The Spotlight Turns to Private Capital

Experts opinion that only through new capital injection from institutional investors, combined with an increase in grant levels from Government can overcome the sector’s current financial limitations. How will housing associations be raising the sector's £34bn shortfall?

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