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IRVING, TX-Once upon a time, student housing was considered somewhat of a difficult investment, primarily because it was a subset of a submarket unfamiliar to potential investors. In recent years, however, student housing has been a target of investors of all sizes, ranging from private equity to pension funds.

Isaac Sitt co-founder and principal of Vesper Holdings, tells GlobeSt.com in a recent interview that the student housing investment activity his company predicted in 2010-2011 has come to pass, and then some. Practically everyone wants in on what is considered to be a lucrative sector with decent yields. Given the assets have more liquidity than they used to, they’re becoming more attractive to investors.

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