|Date: September 19, 2006|
NMHC has published ten research reports on the student housing sector.
- Off-Campus Student Housing: 2012 Income and Expense Benchmarking Survey
NMHC 2012 Off-Campus Student Housing: Income and Expense Benchmarking Survey, providing operating and line-item expenses for 340 properties. Data is provided by-the-bed and by-the-unit in both percent of rental income and absolute dollar terms.
Off-Campus Student Housing: 2011 Income and Expense Benchmarking Survey. Expands on NMHC's 2010 Off-Campus Student Housing: Income and Expense Benchmarking Survey, providing more in-depth state and regional data for operating and line-item expenses for 341 properties. (2011)
NMHC Special Off-Campus Student Housing: Income and Expense Benchmarking Survey. Provides information on total operating expenses as a percent of rent along with four selected line items within operating expenses for 197 properties. (2010)
- NMHC Special Student Housing Report: Has the Recession Had an Impact? Seeks to determine whether the dramatic U.S. economic downturn has had an impact on enrollment and on-campus dormitory vacancy rates.
- On-Campus Housing Costs: More than Meets the Eye. Researches 181 universities and offers current enrollment, basic demographic data for the locality (from the 2000 Census) and baseline on-campus housing price data and billing practices.
- What Do Students Want: Understanding Today’s Off-Campus Student Housing Market. Explores explores what students look for when selecting an off-campus apartment based on in-depth focus groups at nine universities.
- Student Housing 201: 2004-2006 Rent Growth in 64 College Towns. Tracks rent growth in student housing properties over a two-year period.
- Student Housing 103: A Survey of 184 University Housing Departments. Examines enrollment trends, existing on-campus housing stock and each school's own prediction of its need for future on-campus housing.
- Student Housing 102: An In-Depth Look at Properties Leased By-the-Bed. Examines the smaller subset of properties that lease their apartments by the bed instead of by the unit.
- Student Housing 101: Where are the Opportunities? Analyzes the demand for off-campus housing in 64 "college towns" across the country.
Each report can be purchased individually by clicking on the name of the report.
A full package of all seven reports is also available for $1,700 for NMHC/NAA members, $2,500 for non-members. To order the package, click on the "Hard Copy Available" link or download this order form. (NMHC members: Be sure you are logged in to receive member pricing.)