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HOMELET’s Rental Index figures for July 2019 have been released showing that the rental growth recorded in July 2019 appears to be in line with inflation, recorded at 2% in the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) in June 2019.
For July 2019 the data shows that the average rental price for a new tenancy in the UK was £959 per calendar month (959 pcm), which is up by 2.3% on last year.
The latest data also shows that rents in the South West are growing faster than any other region in the UK, whilst rental growth in London is speeding up. Rental values in Scotland and Wales are also rising faster than the UK average.
The headlines from this month’s report are:
|Region||Jul-2019||Jun-2019||Jul-2018||Monthly Var||Annual Var|
|East of England||£925||£917||£909||0.9%||1.8%|
|Yorkshire & Humberside||£641||£634||£635||1.1%||0.9%|
|UK excluding Greater London||£794||£781||£777||1.7%||2.2%|
As the UK’s largest tenant referencing firm, HomeLet references over 500,000 tenants every year. The HomeLet Rental Index provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date data on rental values in the UK.
The trends reported within the HomeLet Rental Index are brand new tenancies, which were arranged in the most recent period, providing an in-depth insight into the lettings market.
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