Number of International students rises for the first time in three years
The student accommodation sector saw another consecutive year of rental growth in 2016, according to new figures.
A new report has revealed that enquiries from EU students for Purpose Built Student Accommodation has increased threefold year-on-year following the results of the referendum.
Average rent inflation across the UK’s student accommodation sector has risen to 2.7%, driven by demand for beds in the private sector, according to a new report.
The student accommodation sector has been projected to have its second best year ever, according to a new report.
Rents in the student private sector have risen for the 2016/17 academic year, with students’ expectations for their accommodation changing, according to new research.
Over the last two decades, rents in the student market have surged substantially higher than rents for non-student properties, as demand for luxurious flats and private halls of residences, according to the latest research.
Activity in the student sector is expected to remain buoyant in second half of 2016, as the sector benefits from a “comparative resilience to wider economic issues”, says real-estate services provider Jones Lang LaSalle.
In the race for best performing yields, the buy-to-let markets in Northern university towns have kept their leading position across the UK, according to new research by Property Partner.
The 2016/17 academic year will be home to the largest intake of students on record, says the University and College Admissions Service (UCAS).
Student property group Empiric has made three further purchases to add to their UK student accommodation portfolio, investing in three operating developments.
More than £90m has been invested in student accommodation in July, as the asset class rises above Brexit worries.