PRS REPORT: Number of new prospective tenants was highest figure on record at an average of 107 per branch, while the number of properties managed per branch fell to 196 during August.
HOUSING REPORT: With increasing demand, 37 per cent of properties sold above the original asking price, a staggering 185 per cent increase year on year, from August 2020.
The National Audit Office (NAO) has highlighted unrealistic timeline expectations as a contributing factor to the scheme’s less than satisfactory delivery.
PRS REPORT: The average number of new prospective tenants registered per branch increased to 102, which is a significant jump from June’s figure of 88.
HOUSING REPORT: A third of properties sold for more than the asking price, which is a sharp fall from June, but beats the previous July year-on-year record of eight per cent in 2020.
A combination of the Stamp Duty Tax holiday, which transitioned to a new phase at the end of June, as well as a nationwide shift in lifestyle needs during the pandemic bred record-breaking sales.
PRS REPORT: The continued success of the private rented sector shows tenants successfully negotiating rent has dropped over the past month, from 0.9 per cent to 0.7 per cent, the lowest recorded for the month of June since records began.
HOUSING REPORT: 40 per cent of properties sold more than the original asking price during June, which is a jump from May’s 33 per cent and the highest ever figure recorded.
PRS REPORT: Propertymark members reported the number of new prospective tenants to be at an all time high. Jumping to 97 from April's figure of 82, the average number of tenants per branch was the highest figure on record for the month of May.
HOUSING REPORT: One in three properties sold for more than the asking price, which is the highest ever recorded figure in May and a slight increase on the 32 per cent reported in April.
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.
HOUSING REPORT: One in three properties (32 per cent) sold for more than the original asking price—the highest figure on record which massively raises the bar from 19 per cent set in May 2014.
The first NAEA Commercial quarterly survey launched in March. Propertymark is delighted with the response from NAEA Commercial members, at what is an extremely busy time for commercial agents.
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.
HOUSING REPORT: One in six properties sold for more than the original asking price, which is the highest recorded since May 2014.
PRS REPORT: February's Private Rented Sector Report shows no sign of demand slowing down in the rental market.