The Rise of Alternative Real Estate in Asia Pacific: The Fundamentals

Alternative sectors are increasingly in demand as investors seek asset diversification and enhanced risk-adjusted returns. Non-traditional forms of real estate assets - from data centers to educational institutions and student housing - have become increasingly popular in Asia Pacific, drawing interest from investors and operators across the region. Asia Pacific's larger macroeconomic drivers such as urban growth, adoption of internet, smart phones and an ageing population underpin the need for these alternative assets.

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