Mniej najemcy widząc podwyżek czynszów w Wielkiej Brytanii

The number of tenants in the UK’s private rented sector experiencing rent increases fell to its lowest level seen since February this year, nowe badania wykazały,.

At the same time demand from prospective tenants and the supply of properties available to rent both fell, wynika z najnowszego raportu miesięcznego z Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA).

It shows that overall the number of tenants experiencing rent increases fell for the third month running in November, z 21% of agents reporting that landlords increased rents compared to 24% in October and 31% in September.

Jednak, year on year the number of tenants experiencing rent rises is up from 16% in November 2017, dane pokazują również.

The supply of properties available to rent fell to 183 in November, z 198 in October.
This is the lowest level seen since April, when supply stood at 179 and is down 4% rok do roku.

Demand from prospective tenants decreased in November, with the number of house hunters registered per branch dropping to 55 średnio, w porównaniu do 71 in October.

‘It looks like tenants are starting to take control, with the number of landlords hiking rents falling for the third month in a row,”Powiedział David Cox, ARLA szef.

'Jednak, as we look ahead to 2019, things don’t look as positive for tenants. Our members expect more landlords to be driven out of the market by rising costs, which will increase competition and push up rent costs,' on wskazał.

‘If we want to secure market stability in the New Year, we need to increase stock and making the market more attractive for buy to let investors is the only way this can be done,' on dodał.

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