Residential has outperformed during the pandemic, gaining market share to capture just over a fourth of total real estate investment. The positive trend is likely to continue in 2022 and beyond, as more institutional investors, attracted by strong underlying fundamentals, deploy more capital in the sector and consolidate portfolios across border. Lockdowns and remote working emphasised the importance of a good home, putting a premium on larger apartments and houses with a garden, terrace or outdoor space. The housing market has been on fire, helped by record-low mortgage rates. What are the prospects for next year in a post-pandemic Europe? Which European markets look more promising? Will investors focus on Europe's main cities or look beyond them to secondary markets? Will the PRS sector continue to grow, driven by demand? What are the challenges? Chronic housing shortages are making the provision of affordable housing an imperative. Affordable housing is in line with the growing focus on impact investing but can also provide appealing financial characteristics for long-term investors. What is the outlook for the sector? Are more investors seeing it as a credible source of diversification as well as the possibility to drive long-term environmental and social change? Are partnerships with housing associations to be explored? Which advantages can they bring?
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