Infinite Property Works is a boutique Property development company, based in Johannesburg, South Africa that is focused on opportunities as property developers and investors to respond to the need for student accommodation and affordable housing by planning, constructing and operating of such developments.
Founded by some of South Africa's foremost property professionals and investors, Infinite Property Works invests exclusively in Student Accomodation and Affordable Housing.
University Enrolment per annum
Beds available for Total Enrolment
Students living at home / with relatives
Income spent on commuting
Hours Lost to commuting
In the case of South Africa, a large proportion of this enrolment growth is accounted for by young, black, low income, first generation university entrants, especially female entrants. Given the significant economic and social distributional value of university education, this is an extremely positive development for South Africa.
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In an increasing and rising demand for student accommodation year by year - as more local and foreign students flock into the cities for their studies. Student Housing is the most sought after as universities and tertiary institutions can only accommodate fewer than one in five students who apply for a residency, and student numbers are also growing annually as increasing numbers of young people completing their secondary schooling and institutions are not able to house all of their students. There has been unprecedented growth in participation in higher education in recent years and this is set to continue based on projections for the full-time demand for education developed by the Department of Higher Education and Training. These projections estimate that demand will increase. It has found that the number of young adults aged 18-25 will increase to almost 100m by 2020, and that the demand for new, purpose-built student accommodation is set to top 500 000 beds in the next five years according to the latest research by Jones Lang LaSalle. Participation in higher education brings many benefits to the individual, society and the economy. However, it also places pressure on existing infrastructure including an increasing demand for suitable student accommodation.
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