Hidden Potential: The Institutional Consolidation of Single-Family Rental Homes
Interest in single-family rental (SFR) homes has risen in the COVID era, as more people are fleeing urban areas for more spacious suburban settings. Even prior to 2020, this sector benefits from a variety of demographic and economic trends. The disruption caused by the pandemic changed how people work and learn making this sector a largely untapped asset class for investors.
As top asset managers are revisiting a successful strategy that emerged from the last financial crisis, investing in single-family homes to rent has increased in popularity. Institutional asset managers expect this sector to mature into an income-generating asset class strategy similar to apartments. Hear as leading asset managers discussed the following:
- What is driving the bullish sentiment and investor interest in SFR, is this just a Covid story that could fade post-vaccines?
- The SFR market has two major tenant types. What are the pros and cons of each?
- What could go wrong in the SFR space to shift or change the bullish opinions dominating the market?
- A comparison of sectors: SFR vs Multifamily