Category: Case Studies

An educated investment


Nick and Penny Adams are based in Guernsey and have recently purchased two Vita Student apartments in the Richmond House development in Southampton and the Portland House project in Exeter.

Canadian chooses British buy-to-let

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Ayaz Davidson is a 42-year old investment banker from Toronto, Canada who has been investing in property since he was 18. He has recently purchased a Vita Student apartment at Portland House in Exeter.

A well-researched investment

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Jacqueline and David from Wales purchased a brand new apartment in Manchester in July 2013. However, it is no ordinary apartment as it is in a bespoke student residence built by stylish accommodation brand Vita Student.

Building a profitable partnership


Alya Ahmed Sulaiman’s family has several property investments in her home country of Oman but when she started looking further afield for profitable property she turned to investment specialist Select Property for advice.

An alternative pension plan

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Jeff Elder, a retired consultant, has been looking for a way to diversify his investment portfolio. He has previously invested money in different funds and savings schemes but has recently taken his first step into real estate.

Trusting bricks and mortar


Andrew Smith owns his own carpentry business in Wales which supplies products to some of the biggest house builders in the UK. Rather than keep his money in savings and pension plans he invests in what he knows – property.

Investing in their own backyard


Brothers Bhavesh and Chetan Chande are based in Greater Manchester. In 2013 they wanted a new buy-to-let investment and found exactly what they were looking for right on their doorstep with Select Property and Vita Student.

Just what the doctor ordered


Ravin Patel is a successful pharmacist with an extensive group of outlets throughout greater London. He believes that his money will perform better if it is invested in property rather than traditional savings accounts.