Modern Student Apartments

All apartments in the project are spacious, with the clever use of natural and electrical lighting, the apartments are light and airy, providing truly special homes. Communal areas will be provided, including a games room, common room, lounge and gym.

Apartments are available for just £49,000

The first stage of apartments are now completed and the remainder will be ready by October. Due to being a conversion, everything is new and covered by warranty, therefore no maintenance issues are expected.

The University

As well as a world-renowned university, Bradford campus also has a college, student village, Fieldhead Business Centre and Listerhills Science Park.

Bradford University enrolls 11,000 students annually and there is a shortage of good quality student accommodation in the area.

Bradford University is ranked 7th in the UK for Graduates Employment, many of these students chose to remain living in the city. As well as the broadcasting industry, the University has strong links with local business and offers courses which lead directly to qualification in a job, such as healthcare courses.                       

The Area

Bradford is a city of 350,000 and is situated in West Yorkshire, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Bradford has several major employers, with many national companies making the city their home; including Morrisons, Yorkshire Building Society, Yorkshire Water, Santander Bank, JCT600, Safestyle UK, Hallmark Cards, Provident Financial and Seabrook Crisps.

Bradford is home to 2 FTSE companies, more than any other Yorkshire City.

The City is served by the M62 and M606 motorway, along with 2 City Centre Train Stations and a bus interchange linking Bradford to other parts of West Yorkshire and beyond. Leeds-Bradford International Airport lies to the north east of the city, giving international air links, as well as being home to Jet2 Airline.

Bradford has experienced great gentrification, with £75 million being awarded to the town, a number of City Centre iconic Buildings have been restored, the central £25 million “Bradford City Park” attracts visitors from across Yorkshire, the National Science and Media Museum brings visitors from across the UK and beyond.

The economy in Bradford is strong; once an industrial powerhouse now experiencing growth as part of the Northern Powerhouse, the economy is worth £9.5 billion, the 2nd largest in West Yorkshire, after Leeds. The economy in the wider Yorkshire region grew by 3.03% in the 12 months of Q2 2018 – Q2 2019.

The Numbers

Apartments are available for purchase at £49,000. They will rent out at £100 per week.

Expected yields are between 8-10%. No sourcing fees!

A great investment opportunity.

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