Savills. European Student Housing: Forever Young

Towards the end of 2022, Savills’ researchers expect to see the next wave of portfolio transactions, as the first generation of developers and operators will be ready to sell their assets and exit. They expect 2021 end of year volumes to reach €8.4bn and 2022 volumes to be in line with the record (circa €9.5bn) level seen in 2019

JLL. Residential snapshot Q3 2021

According to the report, the first nine months of 2021 witnessed a good dynamicity of the Italian market, with the closing of 144 deals for a total of € 5,4 bn, high by 2% YoY. Even if the office sector confirmed to be the mail investors’ target with around 2 bn of volumes, the logistics one hit new record high reaching in Q3 2021 the highestnumber of investments ever recorded.

PwC e ULI. Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2022

This report is a joint survey by PwC and the Urban Land Institute. In its 19th edition, the survey provides an outlook on real estate throughout Europe for the near-term and 2022. As European economies have started to recover from the pandemic, there is a clear upturn in confidence among property industry leaders although many are still coming to terms with the radical changes to the business of real estate brought about or accelerated by COVID-19.

JLL. Growth opportunities in living

Over the past decade, the expansion of living as an institutional investment sector has broadened from a few markets in the Western world to many markets globally. This geographic expansion has elevated both the sector’s profile and its share of capital flows globally, increasing from 14% in 2010 to 25% in 2020. By 2030, JLL anticipates that onethird of annual real estate investment will occur in the living sector.