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Student housing thrives where scores of students need a place to crash while attending classes—live, in-person, on-campus classes. What should be a solid play for commercial real estate appears headed for hard times.

DBRS Morningstar identifies student housing as “the next falling domino” in the commercial real estate industry. “We foresee student housing properties being inadvertently affected in the near to medium term by the move to online-only classes,” the credit ratings business wrote in a new report.

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