Deep Dive: Looking to education and social housing

Demand will continue to increase

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Amanda Burdge, partner at Quantum Advisory, dives into the property sector.

The landscape for traditional real estate assets has become uncertain, so it is vital to look at alternative sectors of the market, notably student accommodation and social housing. Within traditional real estate, retail units (mostly on the high street) and leisure complexes (such as cinemas, gyms and restaurants) have seen underlying structural stressors, which predated the pandemic, exacerbated significantly. When viewed in conjunction with the material uncertainty around future demand for office space it is clear that there is merit for commercial real estate investors to expand thei...

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