Rental growth in UK residential market slowing, latest index shows

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Residential rental growth in the UK is showing signs of easing with rents up 0.09% in September, down from the 0.12% recorded in August, the latest index figures show. Overall rental prices are still up 1.65% year on year to an average of £1,187 per month. But in London it is a different story with […] The post Rental growth in UK residential market slowing, latest index shows appeared first on PropertyWire . Taylor Scott International

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