YPG Huntingdon House – Nottingham Student Investment
Huntingdon House consists of 24 student units. This luxury development offers exceptional style and quality. It is perfectly located within close proximity and walking distance to Nottingham’s world-class universities, Victoria Shopping centre and Victoria Park.
- Prices from £60,250
- 8% Net Rental Return
- Nottingham City Centre
- Opposite the Victoria Shopping Centre
- Minutes from both major Universities
- Established Management Team
Located in the East Midlands, Nottingham is a city filled with history, culture and community. It is famous for being the home of heroic Robin Hood and dates back to 600 AD. It is a smaller official compared to the likes of Manchester, Birmingham and London, yet it is still a major tourist destination. In recent years, more people have discovered a love for Nottingham and decided to move to this northern city. The population growth of Nottingham is impressive, since 2001, the population has increased by around 35%. Often the regeneration and new residential developments across the city are seen to be a contributing factor to why so many people want to work and invest in Nottingham. Recently, it was announced that parts of Nottingham have Enterprise Zone status which is set for start-up industries. Plus, the cities new creative and digital sector has already brought in 1,000 jobs, with many more to come.
For investors, Nottingham offers excellent rental yields and capital appreciation as more developments are constructed. It is a city full of opportunity and an exciting future ahead, which is why any investor would find a Nottingham property investment successful. Nottingham is also set to be on the HS2 line in the future, which means property prices will soar after it is finished. Property experts advise any investor to look at cities residing on the HS2 line for future property investments as they are likely to gain a lot of value.
Nottingham Student Population and Universities
Around 60,000 students reside in Nottingham for their studies at university. Despite this being one of the smaller cities to house students, it is still a bustling student town with lots to do and many facilities to make use of. According to the latest data, Nottingham has a substantial graduate retention rate of 29%. This means that many students who attend university, stay in the city to start their career. Nottingham is home to two of the most popular universities in the UK, the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent.
- The University of Nottingham (UoN) is one of the oldest and largest institutions in the British higher education system. It was ranked 7th in Britain via the New York Times survey by leading CEOs as a university they would like to recruit from. Students can be assured that the quality of their education will no know bounds. The population of UoN is estimated to be over 44,000.
- Nottingham Trent University traces its roots back to 1843 to the Nottingham School of Design. The university is now home to over 28,000 students spread over three campuses around the city and is one of the largest universities in the country. The university is continuously working to improve and upgrade the facilities. The university has completed a £90 million regeneration project to aid with their expansion.