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Demand for rental homes in the UK has fallen, with 69 prospective tenants registered per branch, down from 79 in September, according to figures published by ARLA Propertymark.
The number of tenants experiencing rent increases has also fallen to its lowest level since the end of 2016, with 22% of agents reporting landlords increasing rents, down from 27% in September after reaching a high of 35% in August.
The supply of properties available to rent in the UK also fell in October by 3.7%, according to the latest Private Rental Sector Report.
The average letting agency managed 182 properties, down from 189 in September, the lowest figure of 2017.
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LA are NOT representative of tenant demand
This will be even more the case when LL desert High St LA for online offerings with the introduction of the LA fee ban.
Many LL source tenants with no requirement to use expensive LA
None of my tenants for the past 5 years have found me via a High St LA
I don't use them!
Thee are other far more effective and cheaper methods for tenants to source LL
As Paul wisely comments...
And LA (letting agents) do not see the changes in LA (Local authority) tenancies or Housing assoc tenancies (or crown tenancies, or housing co-ops...etc etc etc). All of which impact private sector tenancies.