SPONSORED: Greystar — The rental housing sector in a capital markets context
Despite overall market turbulence, the U.S. housing market is undersupplied in many markets, especially in high-growth markets and in certain segments, such as student housing.
In an interview published in the June issue of Institutional Real Estate Americas, several members of Greystar’s Investment Leadership Team — Kevin Kaberna, executive director for North America and investment management leader; Jennifer Ciullo, senior managing director, investor relations; and Jordan Kabbani, strategy director, investment — discuss rental housing, and niche sectors, such as logistics and life sciences, in a capital markets context. “Multifamily and industrial will likely emerge from this period as the winners of capital flows, which is a trend that has already started,” says Kaberna.
“Multifamily flows increased from 30 percent to 40 percent of total transaction volumes between 2018 and 2021, and industrial moved from 15 percent to 25 percent during that same period. Given the large amount of dry powder in the system, we anticipate this trend will continue to favor multifamily and industrial as capital moves away from the office and retail sectors.”
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