Student Accommodation

Savills global network and reach enables us to provide advice across Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Europe.

We offer detailed knowledge of the sector, an understanding of clients’ needs and long-standing relationships with all the major land owners, investors, developers, universities and banks.

Savills has established a market leading reputation with the most experienced team in the region. Whether it is agency, valuation, consultancy, research or advice on long or short term strategies, Savills has the expertise to support you.

Agency Services:

  • Investment agency disposal and acquisition
  • Structuring of lease and nomination agreements
  • Procurement and sale of new student accommodation

Valuation Services:

  • Development and feasibility advice
  • Market valuations and appraisals
  • Portfolio valuations
  • Rental valuations
  • NRAS and GST valuations

Advisory Services:

  • Design input and development management
  • Pre-opening and business mobilisation
  • Operational reviews of existing accommodation
  • Capital expenditure planning and delivery

The provision of our portfolio of services supports all phases of our clients development and operations allowing them to focus on establishing a firm market presence while we eliminate the need to engage additional staff, whether requirements are short or long term.

Key contact

Conal Newland

Conal Newland

Student Accommodation 

+61 (0) 2 8215 8863 +61 (0) 422 406 611


Latest Blog

Spotlight shines on Student Accommodation as International Students continue to flock to Oz

Spotlight shines on Student Accommodation as international students continue to flock to Oz
The expansion of the student accommodation sector is playing catch-up in order to support demographic changes and the continued inflation, and growing mobility of international students.


Student accommodation and co-living drive residential investment in Australia
25 October 2018

The latest Global Living report reveals that student housing investment volumes have risen 87 per cent in the past five years.