Demand creates opportunities for new landlords Demand creates opportunities for new landlords

Demand creates opportunities for new landlords

As soaring house prices continue to push up the average buying age, more and more people are looking to rent for longer.

No. 1078 from our magazine|2 min read| Published in Magazine on 5 May 2022 by our Marketing Team

This squeeze on supply has resulted in the average rent price rising throughout the UK. In London, rents have risen to £1,757 – 11.8% higher than in February 2021. *  

The imbalance between supply and demand means that the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks is now applying pressure on the Government to increase rental stock across the UK.  

Now is the perfect time for new landlords to enter the market and make a good return while providing homes to those who need them.  

Have you had a lettings valuation in the past? You may be surprised by how much your potential rental is worth now. 

If you’ve got an unoccupied property on your hands, contact us to learn more about our bespoke services and book a lettings valuation.  

This article was originally published by BriefYourMarket and is reproduced here with their permission.

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