How to Optimise Portfolios with Short Stays: Part 2: the case for short stays in tier 2 and tier 3 cities
Over a series of 4 articles, we look at why short stays are a key part of the mix for student accommodation portfolios. We investigate when and where they are able to transform a building’s economics with accretive NOI, and how to ensure your short stay strategy delivers maximum value to all stakeholder groups.
- Part 1: Understanding short-term rental demand
- Part 2: The case for short stays in tier 2 and tier 3 cities
- Part 3: How short stays create value for student accommodation buildings designated for student-only occupancy
- Part 4: Short stay best practices for student accommodation operators
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It’s a common assumption that short-term rental demand is only strong in capital cities and maybe a small handful of secondary cities that benefit from strong tourism. Whilst this may have been the case 10 years ago when disruptors like Airbnb were still in their infancy, it is categorically not the case today. In this article we explore the nature of urban short stay demand in the UK and uncover some of the trends underpinning its rapid proliferation and growth.