Our student property investments are predominantly in cities and towns with large student populations such as Birmingham and Liverpool. We only choose buy to let student accommodation investment opportunities in the very best of locations, close to city centre amenities and university campuses, making the units very attractive to students.
A rare opportunity has arisen in the form of a student buy to let investment in Liverpool called X1 Arndale. This is a resale of an en-suite as all other units have been sold to investors.
About X1 Arndale
X1 Arndale is within a 5-minute walk of several universities in Liverpool, making it appealing to a large pool of students. It is a finished development that is already fully tenanted for the 2018/19 student intake, demonstrating its continued appeal to that market. For residents’ convenience, it is also just a ten-minute walk to the city centre and is next door to a Costa Coffee and Tesco. Students who hail from other cities in the UK can travel home easily in the holidays as it is a 3-minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street.
Each cluster flat is comprised 5-6 en-suite rooms. The en-suite rooms are fitted with a double bed, wardrobe, drawers, desk and chair and a tv with free view channels. Shared facilities within the cluster flat include a dining area, fully fitted kitchen and a washer/dryer. Students can also make use of the gymnasium. CCTV and onsite security are also present for student safety and peace of mind.
X1 Arndale Investment Fundamentals
Why Invest in Student Buy to Let Property in the United Kingdom?
The United Kingdom is an attractive place to study, both for domestic and international students.
The number of overseas students applying to study in the UK went up this year; 2% for international students and the second largest intake on record of EU students. The increase in student numbers should strengthen demand, especially in key cities such as Liverpool where 28% of students at the University of Liverpool are from overseas, for example. These students require accommodation as they cannot simply commute from their family home to lectures every day.
The appeal of institutions such as the University of Liverpool, and their inability to accommodate all students (only 16% of students live in university-owned property) means that there will be a continued demand for private rentals.
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