Student Housing Q3 Market Update
RealPage’s Chief Economist Greg Willett and RealPage’s Director of Student Housing, Taylor Gunn, engage in a dynamic discussion examining Q3 performance across the student housing sector.
Although overall rent growth for U.S. Student Housing has compressed, the varied range across many universities and individual assets revealed who remains at the head of the class. Taylor Gunn, RealPage’s Director of Student Housing, and Greg Willett provide an overview of Fall 2018 leasing results, highlighting the strongest and weakest performers.
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- Regional performance trends
- What to expect for the 2019-20 leasing season
- Key trends and market factors that could impact your own portfolio
Taylor runs student housing analytics efforts for Axiometrics, a RealPage company. Gunn has helped the company drive further industry focus and market penetration through a specialization in student data quality and analysis. Through these efforts, she assists the research team in growing the survey and university data set, expanding the number of forecast universities and enhancing various product, data, and report features. Her passion for student housing has driven her to become an advocate for the industry, an in-demand student housing source for business and real estate media, and a regular presenter at industry and business conferences. Taylor is also a member of the ULI Student Housing Council.
Gunn previously worked as an analyst for an investment sales firm, for which she focused on conventional real estate financial and market research and analysis. She received her degree in economics, with a specialization in financial applications, from Southern Methodist University.
Greg WillettChief Economist, RealPage, Inc.
Greg facilitates the alignment of the firm’s technology and analytics solutions with rental housing sector needs and opportunities. He is well versed on rental housing market fundamentals and activity nationally, by metro and in individual neighborhoods. Greg is active in industry organizations such as the National Multifamily Housing Council, the Urban Land Institute and the National Apartment Association. He provides commentary for national and local business media.