The 88 Billion Build to Rent Property Bonanza Coming To Australia
By Michael Bentley
Capital from around the globe is flowing into the Australian Build to Rent (BTR) sector in billions, as this burgeoning sector gains momentum – and there is a lot more to come.
It seems like every few months there is a new article mentioning another group with a few hundred million dollars earmarked for the development of new BTR projects in Australia.
Participants in the sector claim that BTR buildings can offer secure, long-term tenancies in quality apartments with professional property management.
What is certain is that these numbers will further increase significantly through 2022.
But there is a lot more money that has yet to enter this niche.
Will there be an oversupply of rental property?
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