Get ahead of your child’s student debt

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The price of property in university towns has risen fast enough to cover the cost of a three-year degree, according to, which suggests that parents could choose where their children study based on local property prices. For example, it says that Coventry, whose university is ranked 13th in the UK has enjoyed house price growth of 61 per cent in the past three years. Between 2015 and this year the average house price has risen in value from £114,625 to £184,690, more than enough it says to have covered the £27,000 cost of tuition fees, even after paying capital gains tax. And you don’t even need an economics degree to work out that that’s quite a profit.


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