As part of our strategic partnership with BNP Paribas Real Estate, we share the Economics of the Build-to-Rent Sector in Europe publication.
The Build-to-Rent sector is an extension of the Private Rented Sector as European housing markets have become institutionalised amid a lack of housing supply.
This sector is emerging in a context of economic slowdown, expansionary monetary policy, convergence of real estate performances and a rise of rental tenure choice owing to the increase in house prices.
There is no standardised BTR product across Europe. Models are idiosyncratic and vary considerably because they must meet local needs and regulations. However, there are some common characteristics such as the use of durable materials to absorb turnover and secure a long-term and sustainable investment.
Learn more about the structuring of business models, product characteristics, the main players and the challenges faced in the sector in this publication developed by Samuel Duah, Heal of Real Estate Economics, and Alexis Pourcelot, European Economist, from BNP Paribas Real Estate.