Chester has been a significant city for thousands of years, including during the Georgian and Victorian eras. This mix of historic elements means the the city’s architecture is incredibly unique and diverse, with large bricked walls meeting the cobbled Roman streets and the ornate Victorian clock tower.
As well as the city’s historical significance, Chester benefits from access to the rest of the UK through connecting rail and road networks, and the rest of the world through both Manchester and Liverpool’s airports.
Chester is home to one of the oldest universities in the UK and, as the number of courses available grows, so does the intake of students. As a result of this substantial growth, it’s estimated that the University of Chester contributes roughly £135 million to the local economy.
With a low price point, full management as standard and assured returns from 7% NET per annum, a student property investment is a great option for those who want all the financial benefits of a property investment without the hassle of being a landlord.