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Unite ahead of Empiric on bookings thanks to UK students

However, both groups have reported an increase in interest since the government unveiled its lockdown exit roadmap
Unite ahead of Empiric on bookings thanks to UK students
  • Unite bookings for 2021/2022 academic year well ahead of Empiric Student Property
  • Demand from international students has been more subdued

A rise in applications to join UK universities in September offers hope for student landlords. For Unite (UTG), that has been reflected in bookings for 2021/22, which have risen to 66 per cent from 57 per cent in January. Management is expecting a return to an occupancy rate of 95-98 per cent and rental growth of between 2 and 3 per cent for the academic year. 

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