Over recent years, home ownership has decreased, prices have skyrocketed, and fewer Australians consider home ownership within their current means. These factors are the main reasons why the Build-to-Rent (BTR) property sector is growing in Australia. This new category of housing is geared toward offering high-quality rental stock that has been designed and constructed to give Australian renters a long-term housing option with better security and services. As this new business model gains popularity, developers are looking for creative, high-quality fitouts that will differentiate their offering and attract tenants.
Keys to Build-to-Rent Success: How Good Design and Quality Products Can Support the Business Model explains the fundamentals of the BTR sector and the role of architects, designers and specifiers in ensuring the success of this new business model. As more properties are built and the competition for tenants increases, quality design will be a critical differentiator that will help developers achieve top rents for upscale BTR residential developments. Quality, performance and sustainability in fitouts, building products and services must all be considered to create a viable and attractive BTR offering.
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- With the long lease terms provided by BTR properties, tenants can enjoy the benefits of living in a neighbourhood long term, including seeing their children go to local schools, keeping domestic animals as pets, and building meaningful connections to the community.
- Design plays an integral role in elevating the living experience, optimising space utilisation, and providing long-term value.
Download this whitepaper to learn about the fundamentals of the BTR sector and the role of architects, designers and specifiers in ensuring the success of this new business model.
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