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University cities have repeatedly been cited as an alternative to the top seven cities in recent years when it comes to seeking low-risk investment opportunities in the residential market. Such locations, according to the conventional wisdom, would particularly benefit from strong growth in student numbers, thus offering higher rental growth potential than other cities. Furthermore, it was maintained, these markets would benefit from less intense competition than the top seven cities and correspondingly lower purchase prices.
Source : Savills
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