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Private Student Halls – Investors Pile in

Posted on June 16, 2015 by Ceri in Investment, Private Halls

The growing popularity of private student halls in the UK has been underlined with news that investors are piling into the sector. Private residential halls for students have become something of a recent phenomenon with growing numbers of young people deciding to live in better quality accommodation.

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Private Student Halls: not just for First Years

Posted on June 12, 2015 by Ceri in Private Halls

With increasing numbers of students now going to the UK’s universities, private student halls are growing in popularity but there is some confusion about them still. One of the issues is that because universities offer their own halls of residence for students for their first year, many parents apparently believe that private halls are also only for first-year students.

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Priorities are Changing for the UK’s Students for Rental Properties

Posted on June 4, 2015 by Ceri in Investment, Private Halls

The question of what students are looking for when they need a property to rent while undertaking their studies has been revealed in a new report. Entitled ‘What Students Seek’, it questioned students around the UK to find what they consider to be most important when considering which property to rent.

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Private Student Halls of Residence – a ‘Revolution’

Posted on May 21, 2015 by Ceri in Private Halls

One of the most common myths that we have tackled here at Private Halls is that the popular perception of grotty student property is no longer true for many students and they are enjoying quality student accommodation instead.

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Students Prefer Living in Private Residential Halls

Posted on April 16, 2015 by Ceri in Private Halls

The headline isn’t an idle boast from but is the result of research from the Higher Education Statistics Agency. Their report underlines the trend towards choosing student halls of residence which means that fewer students are willing to share a ‘traditional’ student home.

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