Lettings News

Providing key lettings news, with analysis of the most important trends in the lettings market. If you are looking for rental market updates or seeking to obtain the latest news on market fluctuation, we have it all covered for you.

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New prospective tenants and rental supply highest on record for June 2020

According to ARLA Propertymark’s latest private rental sector (PRS) report, the number of new prospective tenants continued to rise in …

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London renters can reduce rental outgoings by 137%

London tenants can reduce rental outgoings by as much as 137% without leaving their current borough, says international rental marketplace …

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Surge of tenant moves predicted as lockdown measures continue to ease

Inventory service No Letting Go predicts a continued surge of tenant moves in the coming weeks as lockdown measures as …

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Would you consider higher rent prices to live near a famous UK landmark?

New research shows that renting near a famous UK landmark can cost as much as 207% more than renting in …

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Latest ONS rental prices index shows increases across the UK

The latest Index of Private Housing Rental Prices has now been released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).  The …

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One-beds offer the best rental yields, research from Howsy shows

One-bed properties are now providing the best financial investment when it comes to buy-to-let rental yields, according to lettings management …

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The changing face of the UK property market brings with it new challenges for the lettings industry. Those who have invested in buy-to-let property, or acquired through other means, must comply with lettings legislation. Amendments to new and existing legislation make news on lettings very important to landlords across the sector. Be it new landlord laws or letting agents rules and regulations, the most up-to-date information from the lettings sector is imperative, should property owners wish to comply with all regulation.