PRS in Poland

Q2 2024
PRS in Poland

The Private Rented Sector (PRS) in Poland is evolving rapidly, driven by shifting lifestyle choices and economic factors. With rising apartment prices and the increasing difficulty of securing mortgages, many Poles are turning to rental options. This market includes built-to-rent (BTR) and co-living spaces designed for young professionals, alongside larger multifamily units for long-term tenants.

Poland’s major cities, especially Warsaw, are becoming hubs for these rental developments, offering attractive investment opportunities due to their high demand and limited supply. The undersupply in student housing is also pushing the demand for microliving and co-living spaces, making PRS a vital solution for the student population.

Discover how the Polish PRS market is transitioning from fragmented, individual rentals to a more institutionalized sector with professional management and high-quality amenities. Request the full report for comprehensive insights and data.

For more information about our research, please contact:

Arkadiusz Zwolinski

Director, Research & Analytics

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