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LAFAYETTE, IN—The ability of developers and investors to access accurate data on student housing communities may have taken a big leap forward. Student housing developer Trinitas Ventures and Axiometrics Inc., a Dallas-based research firm that tracks the US apartment market, have reached terms for Axiometrics to acquire Trinitas’ comprehensive student housing market research database. That data set includes information on about 130 student housing markets, more than 3,200 properties, 500,000 units and 1 million beds.

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