If you want to rent a self-contained property to students, registering your property with us is a good option.
Registering your property with us gives you access to over 30,000 students via our free online property database, Studentpad. You do not need to pay agency fees and we upload your property details and market the service to our students.
Studentpad is a joint initiative with the University of Sussex to encourage better standard and availability of student housing. Find out how to register with Studentpad
Is your property suitable?
Location is very important. Students are discouraged from using cars so it is best if the property is near to public transport, either on main bus routes or close to a railway station.
Furnished, self-contained flats and houses are the most popular types of property for students – particularly houses that can accommodate groups of three to five students.
Shared houses for groups of students should provide a study bedroom for each student with a shared kitchen, bathroom and communal area.
Let the university manage your property rental
If you are interested in getting the university to manage your property on your behalf, without any administration fees, and including collecting rent then see Let us manage your property.
You may also be interested in the long-term property leasing scheme that we run in conjunction with the Brighton & Hove Council.