Families put a premium on suburban living

The pandemic has accelerated the rise of suburbia, due to increased tenant demand for more open space and substantial investment in the suburban multi-family/private rented sector

9th May, 2021
Families put a premium on suburban living
Dublin city continues to be challenged with the undersupply of urban living spaces. Picture: Tom Coakley

The multi-family residential investment market outperformed in Q1 this year, representing 59 per cent of €1.2 billion total investment turnover.

The significant demand for predominantly suburban build-to-rent (BTR) apartment investments is from both consistently active investors mature to the asset class and a new trend of institutional investors shifting allocations to large-scale residential assets.

Some of these investors seek to diversify and grow their portfolios with residential assets providing a balancing solution, as it has proven...

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