With an ageing population and greater demand on healthcare provision, there is an increasing appetite from property investors for senior living real estate. Is it still a good bet, or has the sector’s position in the spotlight led to overinflated prices?
A highly-awaited online roundtable on the German senior living market discussing the latest data and insights into supply, demand, pipeline and investments took place on 21 April 2021. The event was hosted by Targa Communications and REFIRE.
The session started with a market snapshot presentation by Julia Momotiuk, Head of Senior Living Research at BONARD. Julia presented key findings from the recent German Senior Living Market Report, conducted by BONARD and Mozaïc Asset Management.
The following expert panel was joined by real estate investors, developers and operators covering Germany and Europe, altogether with Samuel Vetrak, CEO at BONARD, a global market research and advisory firm for the senior living and rented residential asset classes, who analysed the market through the lens of the recently released German Senior Living Market Report.
- German Senior Living Market Presentation
- Julia Momotiuk, Head of Senior Living Research, BONARD
- Expert Panel with Q&A
- Berthold Becker, Managing Director, TSC Real Estate Germany
- Dr. Michael Held, CEO & Founder, Terragon AG
- Paul H. Muno, Head of IR & Germany, MD, Principal Real Estate
- Samuel Vetrak, CEO, BONARD
- Andrew Barber, Managing Director, Targa Communications
- Charles Kingston, CEO, REFIRE
Presentation recording (co-presented by Frédéric Dib, President, Mozaïc AM):
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BONARD is a global market research and advisory firm assisting with data, strategies and assessments in rented residential asset classes, incl. student housing, micro living, co-living, senior living, etc. The team of 50 researchers and analysts operating in four offices around the world provide the highest level of secondary and primary in-field data (street level/ground interviews), making BONARD a leading provider of independent and reliable data and research for the asset classes.