Singapore-based property fund manager QIP is investing in a 103-bed student accommodation in the UK city of Bath. Photo: Shutterstock

Boutique Singapore real-estate fund manager QIP is banking on co-living, student accommodation in UK and US

  • QIP and its principals manage and execute about US$100 million in co-living spaces, £120 million in student housing
  • CEO says student housing, co-living in UK and US can weather economic uncertainty much better than residential property
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Singapore-based property fund manager QIP is investing in a 103-bed student accommodation in the UK city of Bath. Photo: Shutterstock
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