Ethical property developer IPG sees boom in rental yield as students flock to Bradford - Building Design and Construction Business


Northern ethical property investors are set to receive impressive rental yields in student accommodation.   

The region is seeing a boom in demand for high-quality properties from its growing intakes of UK and international students following investment in higher education facilities, putting the region on the map as ago-to city for education and training.  

The housing challenge faced by students across the UK is a pressing issue, and Integritas Property Group (IPG) is at the forefront of addressing it. Through initiatives like Optima in Bradford and the completedBijou student living project (the first phase of this development), IPG is leading the way in the student accommodation landscape and is reporting a boom in rental yields for property investors.

The student population in Bradford is currently over 42,000, with 30% of students arriving from 130 countries, as the university offers 352undergraduate courses and 213 graduate courses.

With University of Bradford only having 1,004 units available for student accommodation, comprised of 2 managed halls of residence and 34 four-story townhouses, there is huge need for new, highly quality student accommodation across the city.

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