Global Residential Impact Study: Which Gateway Markets are Primed to Rebound Post-Pandemic?
This Global Multi-Family study examines 27 global gateway markets and assesses the impact the pandemic had on residential demand, provides a “rebound ranking” score and investment recommendations.
Traditional advantages of global urban centers were disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These disruptions have some questioning whether residential demand in these urban centers will bounce back to pre-pandemic levels.
This study examines 27 global gateway markets and assesses the impact the pandemic had on residential demand for both multifamily and housing. Key drivers of residential demand are identified, analyzed and used to develop a “rebound ranking” score for each city.
With this information we provide investment recommendations for each region as well as product type (core, value-add, opportunistic).
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Insights • Workplace
As the office market recovers from the second wave, enterprise demand is expected to grow steadily with companies preferring capex-light business solutions and moving away from traditional office spaces in the short term.5/17/2021
Research • Workplace
All of this discussion about the pandemic creating large permanent shifts in terms of where people will live and work post-pandemic is overstated or at least premature.David Smith • 5/12/2021
Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, coliving was a rapidly growing niche asset class in major North American markets. The pandemic has created some challenges for developers and operators as overall rents and occupancy have declined, yet rent collections have remained in line with conventional multifamily.Susan Tjarksen • 11/12/2020
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