In 2016, alternative assets continued to remain in the spotlight, attracting increased investor attention and delivering outsized returns compared to core property types. As we step into 2017, we reached out to experts in the seniors housing, student housing, medical office buildings (MOB), single-family rentals (SFR) and data center sectors for preliminary outlook for the year.

Key Takeaways:

  • In 2016, alternative assets continued to remain in the spotlight, attracting increased investor attention and delivering outsized returns compared to core property types.
  • As we step into 2017, we reached out to experts in the seniors housing, student housing medical office buildings (MOB), single-family rentals (SFR) and data center sectors for preliminary outlook for the year.
  • Five Alternative Asset Trends for 2017Jan 23, 2017

“Investors in the sector will turn to acquiring “stable cash-flow assets” rather than buying distressed homes and looking for home price appreciation, which he says is “less prevalent these days.””

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