What is new rising investment target in Asia?

In Hong Kong (China), the number of English medium international schools increased from 92 in 2000 to 177 in 2017, and the number of students more than doubled during this period. In countries without adequate national English curriculum. According to JLL, Private education market in Asia Pacific is a rising property investment sector, a trend driven by the region’s demand for high quality international schools focusing on English study.

Investment is on the rise among companies that build and run international schools, which have backing from institutional investors, private equity firms and pension funds.

In the private education sector, it’s common for operators to separate the real estate from the operating company this gives investors the option to sink their capital into either the education operations or the real estate assets. The former can channel their funds to invest in the core business of educational services. Real estate investors, on the other hand, can maximize the asset value by either leasing the school facility back to an established long term education operator or building a bespoke campus with rents to hedge against inflation.


Source: worldpropertyjournal


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