Student Housing Property. Located Near the University of South Carolina. Minimum investment: $21,000 per share in the T-REIT.
Room & Board Spending vs. Inflation For Public Four-Year Colleges
Student Housing is Noncyclical
Historically, spending on Room & Board for students attending public four-year colleges has been highly recession resilient.
Over the past 30 years, undergraduate spending on Room & Board for public four year colleges has grown by 6.4% on average, and has only declined in one year.
Room & Board spending has grown more quickly than CPI in 25 out of the last 30 years, outpacing CPI by a cumulative 410%.