Covid-19 hits Unite’s student digs values

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Unite Students has lost value on both its fund portfolios as the Covid-19 outbreak begins to have an impact on property landlords.

As of 31 March the Unite UK Student Accommodation Fund (USAF) portfolio was independently valued at just under £2,8bn, representing a like-for-like decrease of 2.2% during the quarter. The portfolio comprises 30,209 beds in 79 properties across 22 university towns and cities in the UK.

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