Many Property related investments may suffer during a recession, but not student accommodation. People were still going to university and therefore the sector continued to perform well. This is because it’s in constant demand, so the income stream is more predictable than some other investments.
Student accommodation also tends to perform better than traditional buy-to-let properties. HMO landlords can expect a minimum annual yield of between eight and ten percent in some areas, whereas traditional buy-to-lets tend to net around five percent a year. If you’re lucky and have invested wisely, you may even see returns of 15 percent per annum on your student buy-to-let
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