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THE MISTORIA GROUP EXPANDS WITH LAUNCH OF NEW MANCHESTER OFFICE

The Mistoria Group, specialists in student property investment, has just opened a new office in the heart of Castlefield, Manchester City Centre. The new office located at 2, Burton Place, is Mistoria Group’s third office, alongside Salford and Liverpool. Acting as a hub for international enquiries, investment and sales for both UK and international investors,…

Increased numbers of landlords and investors claiming HMO valuation rip offs

There has been sharp rise in the number of formal complaints made by landlords and investors about the valuation they have received for their HMOs, (both licensed and unlicensed), according to The Mistoria Group, a student property investment firm. The complaints centre around valuers’ property valuations and the fees they charge. Mistoria’s research reports that…

Manchester and Salford set for 50,000 new residents

As we have previously reported Manchester is a city with a bright future and a booming economy. Further investment plans were announced on September 9th which suggests that the city is to undertake a transformation in coming years. Manchester: A growing success story has been published by regeneration experts Ekosgen, it provides evidence that the city will…

Liverpool in top 5 for student investment

Last month Liverpool was named one of the top five hotspots for student property investment. In a survey which examined all UK towns and cities, Liverpool came up top alongside Glasgow, Leicester, Southampton and York – making Liverpool the number one in the North West. Liverpool’s success comes due to its high student population. The…

Landlord and investor complaints rise sharply

There has been sharp rise in the number of formal complaints from landlords and investors complaining about the valuation they have received for their HMOs, (both licensed and unlicensed) according to The Mistoria Group. The complaints centre around valuers’ property valuations and the fees they charge. Very often, landlords and investors have found the valuations…

Landlords reporting fewer voids

It has been reported this month that the average void period experienced by landlords is falling. Voids refer a period of time where a property is empty, with no tenants and therefore no rent coming in. The current UK average void period is 2.7 weeks, and has been consistently dropping over the last 12 months. This is…