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Preleasing is down for off-campus higher ed housing as colleges and universities prepare to resume in-person instruction this fall, but that should improve over the summer with rents stable or increasing moderately, according to a new Yardi Matrix report.

“Many factors are pointing to increased student housing demand, fueled by students who took a gap year now enrolling in four-year institutions, new high school graduates, and the gradual return of international students,” say the Yardi analysts.

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