Student Housing Annual Report 2023

The latest edition of BONARD’s highly-anticipated Student Housing Annual Report captures the current state of the industry and provides the most comprehensive overview of the student housing market.

January 31, 2024

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Over the past several years, the student housing sector has emerged as an attractive investment alternative, characterised by a stable environment, strong returns, and a persistent undersupply of beds dedicated to students across most global markets.

A combination of the sector’s strong fundamentals and growing competition in some markets has fostered a rising appetite among investors to invest in this more resilient asset class.


Introducing the Student Housing Annual Report 2023

Although 2023 was a rather challenging year for most real estate sectors, the student housing sector’s performance remained impressive, with ever growing demand allowing for soaring rents. The market fundamentals continued to prove strong, and we saw a trend toward the increased institutionalisation of products.

What can you expect from this report?

Key performance indicators for the student housing sector in 2023

New developments shaping the investment prospects of global markets

Investment trends and outlook going into 2024

Report release webinar speakers:

Charles Combet

Senior International Origination Executive

Berlin Hyp

Philip Wedge Bernal

Vice President

Harrison Street

Marta Cladera de Codina

Managing Director & Head of Portfolio Management Europe


Pedro Sousa

Vice President

Brookfield Asset Management


Samuel Vetrak, MRICS



Julia Momutiuk, MRICS

Rented Residential Director


Webinar recording & schedule:

Student Housing Annual Report - key outcomes presentation (20 min) A panel of leading industry experts sharing their views and insights on 2024 (70 min)


Student Housing Annual Report 2023 - Request form

Prepared by BONARD’s team of experts in student housing, the latest edition of the report tracks key data points globally, including demand, market saturation levels, occupancy rates, rent levels, transactions, yields, construction pipelines, and portfolios.