New Website Brings Together Investors and Developers in the PBSH Market

New Website Brings Together Investors and Developers in the PBSH Market

Studivest has just launched a new website that will offer a platform for Property Developers and Professional Investors in the Purpose Built Student Housing (PBSH) market to connect. This collaborative opportunity is a novelty in this sector and it will provide information and news on PBSH, its enduring investment fundamentals, it growing appeal, and new investment opportunities, initially focused on Central and Eastern Europe.

“We are thrilled to offer a unique platform that will offer a tantalising glimpse of new opportunities in this compelling real estate sector. As larger global names snap up mega-portfolios in mature and evolving markets alike, there are new opportunities in the frontier markets that Studivest can introduce. In terms of acquisition cost and commitments, these developments are ideally suited to more modest investment budgets,” said Tony Trescothick, the Business Development Director at Studivest.

Part of the Mellstock family of brands, it is backed by a team with a collective experience of over ten years in the sector, supported by designers, architects, structural and electrical engineers, and developers. Their aim is to help Professional Investors gain access to unique and financially rewarding opportunities across the Emerging Europe region.

Studivest.com is a website dedicated exclusively to Professional Investor and Developers to collaborate and create partnerships that will provide access to investment opportunities. UNESCO has predicted that the number of globally-mobile students will increase by almost 100 million in the next ten years, so the time to invest in such projects is now.

Since the beginning of 2016, more than $35 billion were invested in cross-border deals in PBSH assets, with the majority of it into the UK, and more recently into Western Europe. The opportunities within continental Europe are growing faster and faster and the businesses interested in being part of this will have the chance to access new markets as they evolve.

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