Slow down in UK residential rent growth

New data from HomeLet shows that rent price rises in the UK have slowed after a period of sustained, faster growth. For the three months to September 2015 rent prices are now 8.5% higher than a year go. In the six months prior to this the annual rises were over 10%. The report suggests that deflation across the economy, and rising real incomes, mean that the slowdown in rents could be temporary.

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