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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Student rental sector report

The growth of the student sector has acerbated the crisis in housing supply. With our university crammed with foreign students we have seen our higher eduction provision grow by 540,000 from 1999 to 2012, an increase of 46%.
Student areas.

Although universities have developed more halls of residence rooms, as well as the advent of some large private sector student accommodation operators, largely this increase in demand has been met by the private rented sector.

Much of the provision to meet the increased demand for student housing from PRS has come in the form of shared housing / HMO's.

Savills have produced research on the impact of student HMO ghettos, in certain university towns on local homebuyers and property values, and goes on to evaluate the future investment potential for landlords across the UK.

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