Property Letting

WHERE THERE’S A UNIVERSITY, THERE’S AN OPPORTUNITY

During a three-year university career, the bank of mum and dad can fork out an average £13,500 on rent for their child. At the moment, with property prices falling and student populations at an all-time high, investing in a house at university for your child could be an alternative. As property investments go, student lets can be one of the less risky options. This is mainly because there is a high demand for student accommodation across the UK. There’s a traditional shortage of student flats, as many landlords are unwilling to rent to students. However, in reality, students are some of the best tenants you can get. Their parents act as guarantors, they are willing to sign up to leases for the entire year and they are willing to pay a fair price for a good property in a good area. Location Rates and Fees Tax Implications
CURRENT BANK RATE 0.5% Next Due