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REFI TV: European real estate in 2020

Video from REFI breakfast briefing on European real estate market in 2020.

REFI Breakfast Briefing: looking at 2020

Student accommodation, logistics properties, and the Dutch market feature high on investors’ agenda for 2020, according to panellists at REFI Europe‘s latest breakfast briefing.

Class student housing conference focuses on service, supply and student wellbeing

Held at the Arena Berlin, Germany, the annual event hosted by think tank The Class of 2020 welcomed a record delegation of more than 800 investors, operators, government officials and institutions for the one-day conference.

Student housing boom in Europe and Australia

Student accommodation investors with large amounts of capital are targeting “super-sized” cities with vast numbers of international students.

English Language Travel – A Maturing Market?

After its peak in 2014, confirmation comes that the global English language travel sector has entered maturity. From a destination perspective, the times of double-digit year-on-year increases are long gone and the international arena effectively constitutes a zero-sum game – destinations are growing at each other’s expense.

REFI TV: European real estate in 2020

Video from REFI breakfast briefing on European real estate market in 2020.

REFI Breakfast Briefing: looking at 2020

Student accommodation, logistics properties, and the Dutch market feature high on investors’ agenda for 2020, according to panellists at REFI Europe‘s latest breakfast briefing.

Class student housing conference focuses on service, supply and student wellbeing

Held at the Arena Berlin, Germany, the annual event hosted by think tank The Class of 2020 welcomed a record delegation of more than 800 investors, operators, government officials and institutions for the one-day conference.

Student housing boom in Europe and Australia

Student accommodation investors with large amounts of capital are targeting “super-sized” cities with vast numbers of international students.

English Language Travel – A Maturing Market?

After its peak in 2014, confirmation comes that the global English language travel sector has entered maturity. From a destination perspective, the times of double-digit year-on-year increases are long gone and the international arena effectively constitutes a zero-sum game – destinations are growing at each other’s expense.

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