Experience Invest has released an online 2017 UK Student Accommodation Investment Guide aimed at investors looking to enter this high yielding property market.
The guide, which is free and interactive, contains expert analysis of the sector’s performance in 2016 and looks at what investors can expect from the sector over the next 12 months.
2017 UK Student Accommodation Investment Guide launched
“As we enter the New Year, many investors will review the performance of their current portfolio and will consider how it will fair in 2017. Student property is known as the UK’s best performing asset class and despite rising level of investment over the last 5 years, some investors still consider it as an alternative asset.
“Our new 2017 UK Student Accommodation Investment Guide is filled with helpful information about the sector. It delves into the risks and the rewards and address the impact of Brexit on the sector. Every investor should read this guide before they purchase student property,” Jerald Solis, Acquisitions and Business Development Director at Experience Invest explains.
Rise of the regions
Investors have shunned London student property investments in favour of regional opportunities.
According to data from Cushman & Wakefield, investors have been attracted to cheaper and higher yielding en-suites and studio apartments in regional cities with large student populations.
The guide explains where investors should consider buying student property and why these areas are hotspots for investors.
University towns and cities such as Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, and Luton have all emerged as a popular choice for buyers looking to generate a rental return from this profitable asset class. Click here to access the guide…
The future of student property
The future looks bright for the UK’s student property market.
Despite upcoming Brexit talks and the government’s plan to trigger Article 50 in March, industry experts have explained that these changes will have minimal effect on the sector.
Access the free and online guide to find out what the implications of Brexit will be on the student property sector.