International investors show a keen interest in UK Student Accommodation

According to Savills, Brexit impacts seems to have a little to no impact on investment in the Student Accommodation sector in the UK with levels increasing by 17pc this year.

This sector was particularly boosted by international investors, who increased their market share to 64pc last year from 35pc in 2015.

Herald Land offers a brand-new UK purpose – built student accommodation investment.

Phoenix Place

Consisting of 348 luxuries ensuite and studio apartments split across three phases. Phoenix place is superbly located in Liverpool City Centre and is just a 15 minutes’ walk away from Liverpool University.

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To know more about this development:

http://www.heraldland.net/uk-property/student/phoenix-place/

 

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