The fall 2022 student housing report card from Yardi Matrix showed an impressive 96.6 percent of bedrooms filled with 4.1% rent growth.

Elevated investment activity continues despite rising interest rates, and the new-supply pipeline is robust, Yardi added.

Its new quarterly National Student Housing Report issued this week based on its tracked Yardi 200 universities showed that the pace of preleasing "was faster for selective universities with higher enrollment. But positive performance was widespread among university types across the country.

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