Rentals in Demand as Students in Dunedin Look for Suitable Accommodation for 2013

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Lettingcentre, Dunedin’s leading student rental property management company, reinforces its property rentals listing in preparation for 2013. The company is noticing a high demand for student rental accommodation in the upcoming academic year.

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We keep our rentals up to date on our website so potential tenants can see at anytime what properties we currently have available.

In preparation for next years Student intake at Otago University, Dunedin’s leading property management company, Lettingcentre reinvigorates its online presence through its website http://www.lettingcentre.co.nz. The Dunedin rentals management site contains an up to date listing of a wide array of properties suitable for student and family rental accommodation.

For any new student settling into a new school, there is one immediate concern to contend with – finding good student rental accommodation. The ongoing challenges beyond this stage become easier to undertake thereafter, such as making new friends and finding the confidence and support to maintain and enjoy campus life in a new setting.

The University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand’s oldest university has an average student population of over 21,000 each year, not to mention more students coming in from 14 affiliated residential colleges. Lettingcentre’s owner Steven Sharp had this student influx ‘overspill’ in mind and says that “by having a wide ranging property portfolio, we are able to help service the needs of students looking for accommodation in Dunedin.”

Most of the Dunedin residential colleges cater primarily for first year student rental accommodations. Some have a sizable number of second and higher year undergraduates and occasionally a significant postgraduate population. Most colleges actively seek to foster a sense of community and academic achievement amongst their members through intercollegiate competitions, independent students' clubs, college events, cultural societies and apartment groups.

Lettingcentre foresees a great demand for student rental property over the next couple of months as students finish planning for 2013. Students are advised to start looking earlier rather than later if they are wanting to secure themselves suitable and comfortable accommodation.

Lettingcentre has a steady stock of student rental accommodation. As Steven Sharp says, “We keep our rentals up to date on our website so potential tenants can see at anytime what properties we currently have available.” The The property management company’s database is regularly updated so students would not waste time looking at properties that have already been let out. Excellent service, a vast portfolio of superior quality student rental accommodation easily accessible from a dynamic website are what sets Lettingcentre at the apex of the property management industry.

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