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  • Buy-to-Let

    Rents rise as Landlords exit the sector

    The number of tenants experiencing increases in their rent has risen for the first time since September, according to Arla.

    Last month saw 26 per cent of tenants reporting an increase in rents prices, up from 18 per cent in December.

    Year-on-year, this figure is up 7 per cent.

    Furthermore, the supply of rental stock is on the rise, with the number of properties available having increased from 193 in December to 197 in January.

    Demand from prospective tenants has also increased, with the number of house-hunters registered per branch rising to 73 in January, up from 50 in December.

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    The media will jump on this and show us as greedy landlords

    they will not report the true pic of why rents are going up

    but I think the prs is used to that situation

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

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