UK Student Property in 2016

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UK student property is the strongest investment platform today, surpassing other traditional real estate classes. In 2015, the UK student property sector saw investments to the tune of £6 billion – twice the amount invested in the sector in 2013 and 2014 combined. Experts say the sector is likely to see more investment in the years ahead. UK Student Property Formerly reserved for institutional investors, UK student property has become one of the most popular investment vehicles to date in the world of property investment. From a mere £500 million in 2010, direct investments in the sector reached £6 billion in 2015, surpassing the £3 billion in 2013 and 2014 combined. More significantly, this marks an increase of more than 300% over the £1.7 billion invested in 2014 alone. Is Growth in the Sector Set to Continue? The answer is yes. The fact remains that there is still an acute

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UK Property Outlook 2016

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Summary: Overall positive outlook across the UK, but central London growth subdued. Growth in the Northern cities due to governmental initiative and overall affordability amid high growth Student property remains a good investment option given structural under-supply The year started on a bleak note, no thanks to the current global economic climate. On the property front, the beginning of 2016 in the UK was headlined by policies to be imposed by the Chancellor on home-owners and landlords,such as future tax and stamp duty increases, and the abolition of mortgage income relief in 2017 – all this on top of predictions of a rise in Bank Rates, prompting doomsayers to predict an extreme downturn in the property market with projections stretching to 2021. Read how the rates increase affects the Malaysian investor here But, let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Forecasts are essential in helping the investor strategize, but it is crucial

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Property Investment Tips

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  There’s been a lot of on investment these days. Unit trust, the stock market, shares, fixed deposits, land, agar wood – anything, it seems, can be a form of investment. The key, though, is to invest wisely and with the occasional derring-do. Get this equation right, and you’ll be laughing all the way to the bank. Perhaps the safest, risk-free form of investment with sure returns is property investment. The stock market is an unplumbed avenue with far too much risk. Unit trust is not tangible; fixed deposit interests are negligible and agar wood is, well, only for the true believer JProperty investment is, by contrast, predictable, tangible, easily understood. Here’s why: with the booming global population comes a growing need for food and industry which translates to an increase in the need for jobs, schools and higher learning institutions. This has a direct effect on housing. And as

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