With steady growth and rising rental rates, fundamentals in the student housing sector are stronger than ever. However, there is no rest for student housing owners, developers and operators. The new academic year is in full swing, so that means it’s time to focus on leasing for the 2024-2025 academic year as well as development plans for the future. Companies that are making the best decisions take time now to look at the data: what do the numbers tell us about the recent academic year, what is the forecast for the new year, and what is the best way to leverage this data?
On Thursday, October 5 at 2:00 pm EDT, Student Housing Business will host the webinar, “Navigating the Future: Student Housing Year-End Data Analysis + Forecast,” discussing the importance of data to determine current and future trends in student housing and how to best use data to make well-informed decisions.
Please join the discussion as College House and other student housing industry executives share recent market data, offer predictions for the upcoming school year based on recent trends and data, and discuss how to leverage this data to make critical decisions related to the development and operations of student housing properties.
The discussion will cover:
Recent Leasing Cycle Data Analysis
Forecasting Student Housing Trends
Leveraging Data for Strategic Decision-Making
Confirmed panelists include:
This webinar is complimentary, thanks to sponsor College House. College House is a data aggregation and analytics platform that provides access to detailed, accurate and timely student housing market data and insights. College House collects data directly from student housing operators each week, so information is fresh and accurate at the floorplan level. To learn more, visit Collegehouse.com.
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