Tompety03 Posted April 26, 2020 Share Posted April 26, 2020 Many colleges are planning for online classes in the fall and there is a chance that could continue into 2021. I wonder if that will present opportunities to buy rental properties around colleges as many landlords may not be able to bridge that gap. The impact could be severe in college towns where most of the economic activity and rentals revolves around the college. So not colleges in urban areas where there are other groups to absorb the supply (Harvard in Boston or UC San Diego). I am raising this idea because my family just moved to the Dartmouth area and the vast majority of the economic activity in town revolves around the students. Dartmouth is not going anywhere in the long-term. This is just an example, but I am curious if others have considered this. I've always been interesting in buying rental properties around quality schools and this seems like a good moment in time to do that. Chris Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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