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28% of renters haven’t seen a rent rise in over a year

28% of renters haven’t seen a rent rise in over a year

Press Releases   •   Nov 21, 2017 09:36 GMT

New research from landlord insurance specialists Cover4LetProperty has revealed that nearly a third of the adult population (31%) are now living in private or social rented property – a 7% decrease since April 2017. Plus, 28% of renters haven’t seen a rent rise in over a year.

Cost is the most important factor for renters when choosing a property

Cost is the most important factor for renters when choosing a property

Press Releases   •   Oct 16, 2017 15:03 BST

Updated data* from landlord insurance specialists Cover4LetProperty reveals that for 88% of renters, the cost is the most important deciding factor when choosing a rental property.

Staying put in a long term let is a trend says landlord insurance specialist

Staying put in a long term let is a trend says landlord insurance specialist

Press Releases   •   Sep 28, 2017 14:42 BST

Updated data* from landlord insurance specialist Cover4LetProperty reveals that the amount of private tenants who tend to stay for five years or more in the same property has increased.

PRS rent rises due to increased taxation says landlords insurance survey

PRS rent rises due to increased taxation says landlords insurance survey

Press Releases   •   Aug 21, 2017 15:43 BST

New research has shown that almost a third (32.5%) of private rental sector (PRS) landlords who are planning to increase their rent in the next 12 months are doing so in order to keep up with increased tax liabilities and costs as a result legislation changes.

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Tenant homes improving? Number of private renters moving due to bad property condition reduces

Tenant homes improving? Number of private renters moving due to bad property condition reduces

News   •   May 24, 2017 09:44 BST

​Updated data* from landlord insurance specialists Cover4LetProperty reveals that 14% of private tenants have moved in the last five years due to the condition of their rental property (a decrease of 5% since June 2016).