MIAMI—Student housing is finding its way onto more investor radar screens, and some say it may be a safer bet than multifamily. Although the demand for student housing will never outpace traditional multifamily from a occupant’s perspective, it may from an investor’s mindset. caught up with Judd Bobilin, CEO & co-founder of Chance Partners, a integrated real estate firm that develops and manages residential and mixed-use communities, to get his thoughts on the latest trends in student housing development, as well as the opportunities and challenges, in part one of this exclusive interview. Be sure to return to this afternoon’s Miami edition, where he will discuss the issue of overbuilding.

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