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Student housing - a new asset class in Sub-Saharan Africa2016-08-23T05:00:00Zpdf1851779Free to Airhttp://www.jll.com/south-africa/en-gb/Research/Student housing - a new asset class in SSA August 2016.pdf/south-africa/en-gb/research/90/student-housing-new-asset-class-in-ssaStudent housing - a new asset class in Sub-Saharan AfricaDemand for new purpose-build student housing in Sub-Saharan Africa is set to exceed 500,000 beds over the next five years. With continuing public sector budget constraints, private investors will have an important role to play in meeting this demand.

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