rental market

Generation Rent One in Four Renters Have Lived in TWICE As Many Homes As Their Parents

Generation 'Rent’ | One in Four Renters Have Lived in TWICE As Many Homes As Their Parents

A quarter of generation rent have already lived in twice as many homes as their parents generation will

  • New data reveals the number of different homes 20-39-year-olds are predicted to live in over their lifetime
  • A quarter (25%) of Gen Z and millennials have moved home 10 or more times since they left their family house1
  • A further 25% expect to move at
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Here's how Londoners can slash their rent by 56%

How much can London’s renters save by moving away from the city centre?

After taking a hit during the height of the pandemic, the appetite for city living is returning to the capital, with previous research by Rentd revealing tenant demand increased during the first three months of the year.

This demand is also driving up rental values and the bargain rates on offer during...

UK’s first start to finish lettings platform raises at a £5m valuation

Rentd is the newly launched property platform that finds and secures tenants for landlords at a fixed fee of just £799 including VAT, only payable once let. That’s a considerable saving compared to the typical commission of £1,750 and one that can help boost buy-to-let profit margins following a string of government legislations designed to do the opposite.

This landlord is saving...

Cheapest areas in the UK to rent an apartment

Stoke-on-Trent is the cheapest city for rent according to new data, whilst London is the most expensive  
  • Analysis reveals that Stoke-on-Trent is the cheapest city in the UK to rent an apartment with tenants paying £489.22 a month on average.  
  • Bradford and Sunderland are the second and third most affordable cities for tenants.   
  • London, Brighton and Oxford are
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Rental market takes a step back as demand falls -15% in Q4

Research by estate and lettings agent, Barrows and Forrester , reveals that the UK rental market has taken a step backwards due to Omicron, as rental demand has declined in the vast majority of major UK cities during the final quarter of last year.

The Barrows and Forrester Rental Demand Index monitors rental listings across the nation, taking an average demand score for each major...

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Rental sector driving 80% increase in property values over the last decade

80% increase in property values over the last decade, driven by rental sector home values soaring

As a frantic year for the property market ends and a new one begins, research from the game-changing property platform, Boomin , has revealed that the total value of homes in England has increased by 80% over the last decade. And this growth has predominantly been driven by the value of...

The prime London neighbourhoods driving the capital’s rental market revival

The latest research by central London estate agency, Bective , has revealed that the prime London rental market has enjoyed an 8% uplift in rental values over the last year, with the most in-demand areas seeing a jump of as much as 29%.

Bective’s analysis of LonRes data shows that despite a tough period for the London property market the capital’s prime neighbourhoods have found...

The Ten Cheapest Cities to Rent an Apartment in the UK property

REVEALED: The Ten Cheapest Cities to Rent an Apartment in the UK

Stoke-on-Trent is the cheapest city for rent according to new data, whilst London is the most expensive  
  • Analysis reveals that Stoke-on-Trent is the cheapest city in the UK to rent an apartment with tenants paying £489.22 a month on average.  
  • Bradford and Sunderland are the second and third most affordable cities for tenants.   
  • London, Brighton and Oxford are
  • ...

The CHEAPEST cities in the UK to RENT an apartment

Stoke-on-Trent is the cheapest city for rent according to new data, whilst London is the most expensive  

  • Analysis reveals that Stoke-on-Trent is the cheapest city in the UK to rent an apartment with tenants paying £489.22 a month on average.  
  • Bradford and Sunderland are the second and third most affordable cities for tenants.   
  • London, Brighton and
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Outer city rental markets continue to show stronger growth vs inner city

Nationwide buy-to-let specialist, Sequre Property Investment , has revealed that while an inner city rental property still commands a higher monthly rental income, rental homes in outer city areas have seen stronger growth over the last year.

Sequre Property Investment analysed rental market data for London, Manchester and Birmingham and how it differed when comparing inner and outer...

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