County letting market booming.
Kenilworth estate agency Newey Property said that with no let up in demand the imminent start of the university academic year was helping keep the market strong.
Newey Property advises the University of Warwick on rental matters to help find quality housing and dispel the traditional image of dingy student accommodation.
The firm was the first agency in the region to be endorsed by the government- backed National Approved Letting Scheme and has grown considerably in the past three years.
Principal Michael Barnwell said: "Demand has been very strong during the summer - much of this to people connected with the University of Warwick but also to people working for companies who want to start looking for schools for their children. These are people from overseas, or relocating or are academic staff with many coming from China, Japan, Korea and other Far East countries.
"Lettings are all about quality - people want to let quality homes and take lets for six months to 12 months in the main."
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Sep 17, 2003|
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