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BREAKING – Despite the uncertainty leading up to the Brexit vote, and the continuing uncertainty following the result, rents have continued to increase across the UK, albeit at a slightly slowed down pace.

The latest (July 2016) Homelet Rental Index released today shows:

Rents in Greater London are up by 4.0% against last year – comparable to last month’s annual growth rate (3.9%)

This has increased by only 0.1% on last month and a reduction on last July’s annual growth (9.5%)

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The increase in average rents in the UK (excluding Greater London) was 2.3% – a slight drop on last month’s annual growth rate (3.5%)

This has reduced by 1.2% on last month and a reduction on last July’s annual growth (8.1%)

Outside London, the highest levels of annual increase have been seen in East Anglia (9.7%), East Midlands (5.4%) and Yorkshire & Humberside (4.2%)

The latest (July 2016) Rental Index data from landlord insurance provider, HomeLet released today.

Please Note: This Article is 4 years old. This increases the likelihood that some or all of it's content is now outdated.
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