Money Student housing: "The COVID did not upset the prices of empty housing"

12:45  11 june  2021
12:45  11 june  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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The COVID-19 epidemic risks jostling habits in terms of student housing: with the pandemic and the distancial courses, they might be numerous to want to live further from their place of study and so pay less.

Has the COVID had an impact on student housing rent prices?

Florent Guicheau. No, he did not upset the price of empty housing. They continue to increase at a regular rate, 1.2% in one year, and that should continue. Currently, the situation is unpredictable. Many schools and universities will certainly offer more flexibility, distance education . It will have a longer-term impact on the need for housing. We can imagine that students will agree to be a little further because they will be less present part of the year.

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and for furnished?

They are the most impacted. For a year, a year and a half there are no more tourists , there are fewer trips. Students have worked a lot at a distance. The owners tended to give these goods in long-term and to overvalue the rents (NDLR: they increased 2.2% over one year) and we can think that they will less find tenants. This is certainly the opportunity for students to attempt a trading margin, which is rare!

Should we expect other changes?

yes. The habits will change. When we see that a studio costs 826 euros in Paris, it's sure it can push to look outside the capital. The same goes for large cities in the region, like Lyon, Aix Marseille ... with distance courses, we can be further and looking on the outskirts can allow access to a larger home, which corresponds to the Want to have a good living environment. It rebates the cards.

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