Increasing investor appetite and tenant demand have improved the fundamentals of build-to-rent assets, which are well-positioned to meet the challenges of the Covid-19 environment.
As investors look for resilience, and private developers shift to meet the growing housing supply crisis, institutional residential assets will play an important role in meeting future demand.
During the past five years, a pipeline of now-completed build-to-rent projects has emerged, evidence that the model works here in this country.
So, what does the future hold for build-to-rent in Australia?
The Urban Developer proudly presents a one-day virtual summit dedicated to build-to-rent and multi-family real estate in Australia.
State of the Build-to-Rent Sector in Australia
A detailed presentation on the emerging research, trends, policies and players in the sector.
Head of build to rent, Australia and New Zealand
Global Players Down Under
International build-to-rent heavyweights and their strategies for growing the pipeline in Australia.
Fund manager, build-to-rent
Investa Property Group
Sentinel Real Estate (USA)
How domestic developers and the benefit of local knowledge is underpinning Australia's build-to-rent sector.
General manager, build-to-rent (multi-family)
Head of residential
Building the Case for Better Buildings
How the build-to-rent ownership model incentivises improved lifestyle, sustainability and commercial outcomes.
Associate director, circular economy
Wolter Consulting Group
Senior director, real estate finance
Associate director and joint head of property
Sentinel Real Estate
BTR Interactive Case Studies
Can boutique-scale build-to-rent stack up? | Botanic By Sasco (SYDNEY)
Building safe and secure communities through technology| Arklife Robertson Lane (BRISBANE)
Business unit manager
Flexibility and adaptability over amenity
The New Players and Their Models
Inside the innovative new development and operating models for build-to-rent in Australia.
Co-founder and chief executive