PRS and PBSA market in Poland

The interest in the market remains high

April 17, 2024
  • Aleksandra Gawrońska
  • Paweł Sztejter

In 2023, the institutional PRS segment in Poland still accounted for only about 0.1% of the country's housing stock. Despite higher rental prices compared to the private market, apartments in institutional PRS buildings remained highly sought-after, and new projects were leased within just a few months.

The student housing market has also been growing – in 2023, PBSA projects offered around 14,000 beds, with an additional 7,000 in preparation. However, this still did not meet the needs of students to a sufficient extent. According to JLL data, Poland has one of the largest unmet demands for student housing in Europe.

Despite few transactions involving individual assets, investors remain optimistic and expect increased activity in 2024 as inflation and interest rates decline.

The considerations presented in the report concerning the future indicate, on the one hand, a shortage of apartments and, on the other, a significant interest from current and future tenants. These two elements form the foundation for the further rapid development of the rental market in Poland.

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