IRVING, TX-The fifth annual RealShare Student Housing conference’s morning session highlighted a variety of panelists providing a wealth of information to the approximately 450 participants. The main topic highlights at the conference, taking place at the Four Seasons Resort & Spa were that, with state appropriations to universities dwindling, enrollment increasing and interest rates still low, student housing remains attractive – as long as you know what you’re doing.

“You need to speak the same language as all the stakeholders involved with student housing,” commented Jamie Wilhelm, executive vice president/public-private transactions, American Campus Communities in the “Inside the P3 Decision” panel discussion.

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