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Good news for East Midlands Investors & Landlords

The latest HomeLet index shows rent prices are seeing an average annual rise of 8.5 per cent across the UK.
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 Nine out of 12 UK regions are still seeing rent prices rise on an annual basis with the largest increases seen in Scotland at 8.4 per cent, the East Midlands at 7.7 per cent and Greater London at 6.6 per cent.
 But rents are down in three areas – in the North West they are 4.6 per cent lower than a year ago, 2.2 per cent lower in East Anglia and 1.4 per cent lower in Northern Ireland.
 Only three regions have seen rent prices rise since August. In the three months to September 2015 only Scotland, the East Midlands and West Midlands have seen prices rise – by 1.2 per cent, 1.4 per cent and 1.4 per cent respectively.
 Every other region of the UK has seen rent prices fall modestly in the three months to September 2015, with the largest price reductions seen in the South West, the North East and North West at -2.4 per cent, -2.3 per cent and -2.2 per cent respectively.
This is encouraging news and highlights the strong demand for rental property in the areas covered by our Oakham and Kettering offices. If you’re thinking of investing in residential property, our team are always on hand to offer expert, unbiased advice on the right ‘buy to let’ for you.




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