Private Rented Sector Report
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PRS REPORT: Our April report continues to show no sign of demand slowing down in the rental market with a record-breaking number of new prospective tenants for the month of April.
PRS REPORT: Our March report shows no sign of demand slowing down in the rental market with the number of new prospective tenants rising for the third month in a row.
PRS REPORT: February's Private Rented Sector Report shows no sign of demand slowing down in the rental market.
PRS REPORT: Our first Private Rented Sector Report of 2021 shows the number of new prospective tenants rose by more than 27 per cent compared to December 2020, indicating no sign of demand slowing down.
PRS REPORT: Our December report highlights the consistent theme throughout the COVID-19 pandemic in that agents and landlords are continuing to respect the financial position of tenants by preventing rent increases wherever possible.
PRS REPORT: For the third consecutive month, our Private Rented Sector (PRS) report has confirmed that the number of landlords not increasing rent and respecting the financial positions of tenants during COVID-19 has again fallen.
PRS REPORT: During October only a third of agents witness landlords increasing rents, along with the number of new prospective tenants being at an all-time high.
PRS REPORT: 40 per cent of agents witnessed landlords increasing rent compared to 48 per cent in August which is also 18 per cent lower than in September 2019, when the figure stood at 58 per cent, showing that landlords are providing much-needed support for tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PRS REPORT: August shows a record-breaking month with the number of new prospective tenants continuing to rise, along with the average letting agent branch registering 101 new tenants, breaking July’s previous record.
PRS REPORT: A record-breaking month across the board, with increases in demand, supply, and average tenancy length.
PRS REPORT: June saw the number of new prospective tenants continue to rise, following the Government’s COVID-19 lockdown, with the average branch registering 79 new tenants, compared to 70 on average in May.
PRS REPORT: The number of agents seeing rent increases in May fell to 14 per cent, the lowest since records began, however, the level of demand is the highest ever seen.