Bandar Seri Begawan - Sunbridge Halls is a superb new student accommodation development with 113 luxury studios. Its contemporary furnishings will be second to none and all units are en-suite and all come fully furnished as standard, a press release stated.
It will boast all the facilities needed by the modem student to take away the feeling of student accommodation to become their own little sanctuary away from home. It is also perfectly located to provide accommodation for students from University of Bradford, Bradford Metropolitan College, Bradford College and University of Leeds. Bradford is the hub of urban energy and vigour, where a multitude of exhilarating dining establishments, popular shopping centres, and allow full access to sports arena, historical attractions, entertainment theatres and easy access to airports of Leeds, Doncaster Sheffield and Manchester International Airport.
It offers high yields with totally hands-off investment, strong nationwide rental demand and cash generative. The student accommodation has it all. For investors, Sunbridge Halls offers a range of flexible return structures starting from two years at 10 per cent guaranteed rental income and 10 years at seven per cent return. No stamp duty and no council tax. The Development is under 150 years lease. Some of the investment benefits include guaranteed returns, low charges, hassle free investment, high occupancy and of course the location - Bradford.
Sunbridge Halls are due for completion in June 2013 for the September 2013 intake of students. One of the UK's leading property management companies, Victoria Frank, will be the managing agent for the development, bringing a strong track record of success within the field of facilities and property management.
The Sunbridge Halls Exhibition and Seminar will be held at OGDC Conference Hall in Seria today from 2pm till 5pm. The grand launching will be held at Radisson Hotel, Mutiara Ballroom tomorrow, March 10, from 10am to 7pm. For RSVP, contact Primeland Estate Agency Office at 7174738 or 2424738.
--Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin