New study by bulwiengesa and Union Investment
Münster beats Amsterdam – where are the best prospects for student housing?
Did you know? The university city of Münster, with its almost 60,000 students, is currently the most attractive location for investment in new student housing.
That is the finding of a new city ranking by Union Investment and bulwiengesa, part of an in-depth study comparing supply and demand in this sector across 61 German cities using 18 different metrics. Münster is followed at the top of the ranking by Cologne, Stuttgart, Karlsruhe and Hanover. The lowest ranked city is Trier – below Kaiserslautern, Bamberg, Greifswald and Chemnitz. The study also examines four non-German cities: Dublin, Amsterdam, Paris and Vienna, all of which ranked in the top third.
For more information, see the complete study, which you can download here free of charge.
Initial insights from the study
Ranking: all seven German Class A cities and the major European cities among the top 20
Münster, Cologne and Stuttgart lead the list. The four major European cities surveyed also made it into the top 20.
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