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February’s Rental Index is now available to download.

According to last month’s figures, the average UK room rent was £579, up from £570 in January.

Whilst it’s a rise, it’s significantly cheaper than the average in London at £755.

So how have rents changed since last quarter and this time last year?

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Rents in the Isle of White, Northampton, Barry, Sale and Dumfries have stayed constant since last quarter but the Isle of White (2%) and Northampton (1%) have seen steady annual rises.

Other areas, including Enfield (4%), Birmingham (5%), Livingston (5%) and Gravesend (6%), have seen more significant rent rises year on year.

Areas where room rents have fallen since February 2014 include Durham (1%), Keighley (2%), Glasgow (3%) and Loughborough (3%).

Are your rents in line with the market rate in your area?

Take a look – download the report here

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