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Market-resilient performance for alternative real estate sectors
Demand supported by
life-driven events and an
increasingly mobile society
For more than a decade the self-storage sector has seen significant growth with the average storage space used per person increasing from six square feet to between 10 and 13 square feet.1 Demand is primarily driven by four major life events – death, divorce, downsizing, dislocation – that occur regardless of the economic environment. Unique aspects of the self-storage sector that make it a compelling investment include:
- Short-term, month-to-month leases allow for high responsiveness to inflationary pressures
- Low tenant sensitivity to pricing adjustments may offer outsized rent growth
- Low capital expenditure operating asset
- Highly-fragmented market may provide the opportunity to construct a portfolio of assets, potentially leading to improved valuations
Aging population continues
to grow and live longer
The U.S. population entering retirement age is growing with nearly 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 each day.3 In 2031, the U.S. population age 65-plus is expected to account for 75 million people, nearly double that of 20083 and by 2060 nearly one-in-four Americans will be 65 years or older.4 The continuous growth of aging Americans in coming years will increase the need for medical services and senior housing facilities.
The properties depicted in the photographs herein are owned by the Operating Partnership. As we raise capital in our public offering, we will contribute the capital to the Operating Partnership in exchange for ownership interests in the form of operating partnership units.
The demand for medical office buildings is supported by:
- An expanding number of insured Americans needing access to care
- A shift to outpatient care, resulting in health systems offering more convenient locations5
- Healthcare technology advancements requiring additional space
Senior housing’s favorable supply/demand dynamics are driven by:
- An under supply of high-quality continuum of care communities
- Healthy baby boomer demographic that is growing and living longer with an increasing separation from additional family support
- Below average future construction pipeline6
- Increasing occupancies over the last seven consecutive quarters7
Strong fundamentals aid
in multi-decade durability
College enrollment rates are generally unaffected by recessionary periods with enrollments increasing amid four economic recessions.10
Demographics are expected to drive student housing growth through 2031 with college enrollments increasing by approximately 10 percent — that’s nearly one million more students expected to be enrolled in post-secondary institutions.11
The property depicted in the photograph herein is included for illustrative purposes to highlight the educational sector, and is not owned by ALT REIT or the Operating Partnership.
Student housing performance and growth is highlighted by:
- College education continues to provide a meaningful ROI; graduates boast
the highest labor force participation, lowest unemployment rate, and higher
- Meaningful off-campus housing stock is comprised of alternative supply (i.e.
non-institutional and non-purpose built) which is often poorly managed
- Construction levels at decade lows12
- Strong average occupancies and rent growth among purpose-built student
housing over the past 15+ years