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From: "HomeLet" <info@homeletnews.com>
Date: 9 June 2011 18:15:46 GMT+01:00
To: <david@clarkhomes.co.uk>
Subject: HomeLet  launches most comprehensive report on rental market
Reply-To: "HomeLet" <info@homeletnews.com>

   
 
 

Be streets ahead of everyone!

Find out all the facts, figures and trends of the lettings industry available nowhere else in the UK.

Our RPI is the biggest and best in the country, and the only one to show such detailed lettings industry information.

RPI cover

It highlights:

  • The number of tenants in 11 UK regions
  • Whether tenants are male or female
  • What type of property they used to live in
  • Monthly change in rental prices
  • Change of regional rental prices

The data has been gathered from over 3,000 of HomeLet’s letting agents nationwide â€" far more robust than any other RPI currently on the market â€" and also generates statistics based on actual rental price, rather than the advertised cost.

April 2011 statistics show:

Younger tenants are being squeezed out of the rental market

The UK’s rate of increase in rental prices is beginning to slow

Rents have dipped unexpectedly in the North West

Average rents remain high in the UK

How do I find out more?
The full report is attached to this email.

What do you think?
We really want to know what you think of our RPI. Please send us your comments by either posting them on MyConnect or emailing marketing@homelet.co.uk

 

 

 
HomeLet is a trading name of Barbon Insurance Group Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. Registered in England number 3135797. Registered office address: 4-9 High View, High Street, Bordon, Hampshire. GU35 0AX
 


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