Friday, 2 June 2017

London Rents Keep Falling On Election Jitters

Rents in London have dropped for a fifth successive month amid political uncertainty, according to a new report from lettings agency Your Move. The average property in London was let for £1273 in April, a 0.3% drop from a month earlier and 1.8% down from April 2016. uncertainty caused by Brexit and the snap election had forced the property market here “to take a pause for breath”. The upcoming election was also blamed for a slowdown in UK housebuying demand. Read more on the Evening Standard website.

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