Student housing are the buzz-words for property investors looking for high yields.
Students looking for a good place to study and a great place to live should think about Durham as somewhere to find the country’s best and cheapest student education, according to a new survey.
Councillors are set to abandon tougher article 4 planning and licensing laws for shared student houses because they feel a crackdown will have no effect.
Student pods can turn out as poor investments – with returns and prices failing to stack up against other property investments, claims a leading developer.
The University of London Union (ULU) has denied reports that it is set to close, insisting that it is “still here, still open and still very much active”.
Buy to let mortgage lending slipped back in the first three months of 2013, according to the latest figures from bank and building society trade body The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
Reviews of the student housing market by two property consultancy firms paint a positive picture for private buy-to-let landlords.
Buy to let investors looking for the highest possible rental yields might like to consider properties in Southampton after a survey showed that it tops the table for England and Wales.
Buy-to-let news writers are running riot with a spate of nonsense surveys recently hitting the headlines.
Buy to let mortgage lenders are refusing to advance money to landlords with homes – including houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) – in neighbourhoods covered by council selective licensing schemes.
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