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  • Property Yields

    DPS claims rents are "in recession"

    ARLA Propertymark has reported that the number of tenants successfully negotiating rent reductions increased during October to record levels.

    According to the latest data, the number of tenants successfully negotiating rent reductions jumped from 2% in September to 3.7% during October. This is the highest figure seen since records began in January 2015.

    In line with this, the number of tenants experiencing rent increases fell for the second month running in October, with 24 per cent of agents reporting that landlords increased rents, compared to 31 per cent in September and 40 per cent in August.

    Supply of rental stock

    Arla found that the supply of available properties rose from 194 in September to 198 in October, the highest figure seen since December 2017, when supply stood at 200 and is up 9% year on year.

    Demand from tenants

    Demand from prospective tenants increased in October, with the number of house-hunters registered per branch rising to 71 on average, compared to 63 in September.

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