Viewing student accommodation properties that you are interested in should be a number one priority for any student looking for second or third year accommodation. But what are the advantages of viewing student accommodation? Well, here at Let Pads, we are Preston’s leading student accommodation providers. And this is our guide to everything you should know about the benefits of student accommodation property viewing.

What are the benefits of viewing student accommodation?

If you’ve left it late to secure your student accommodation for the next academic year, you might be tempted to jump at the first property you find. But you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to view it first. In fact, there are a whole range of benefits to viewing student accommodation. These include:

  • Checking out the local neighborhood- if the property you are thinking of is somewhere you haven’t spent much time before, a viewing can be good for not only looking at the house, but also the surrounding area too. This is the place you will be spending a lot of your free time in and around, so local shops, takeaways and other amenities can be important to consider.
  • Asking any questions- you’ll usually be taken on a tour of the property by the letting agent, and this provides the perfect opportunity for you to ask any questions you might have regarding the property, as you go. This is especially useful as questions you might not have even thought off will probably arise, as you see parts of the property or rooms that have not been photographed or displayed online.
  • The size of the property- the size of the rooms in the property can only really be understood by viewing this in person. As a result, skipping the viewing could leave you with a property that is just too small for what you need.

Here at Let Pads, we provide stunning student accommodation across Preston, with all bills including WiFi included. With central locations, and high quality interiors, our student accommodation could be perfect for you. Why not get in touch today?