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Ea: Rents Are Rising! Panic To Cause More Custom

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Are we meant to be able to read somthing?

All I can see is an EA window with some unreadable ads in it

tim

It says "Rents Are Rising". There is another thread on this. Basically it's about estate agents being unable to use rising house prices as an incentive to buy and using rising rents instead (of course if there were no such thing as ASTs this would not happen). Bring back the Fair Rent Officer pronto and re-introduce better rights for tenants. Everyone happy. :rolleyes:

It's a home not an investment vehicle.

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It says "Rents Are Rising". There is another thread on this. Basically it's about estate agents being unable to use rising house prices as an incentive to buy and using rising rents instead (of course if there were no such thing as ASTs this would not happen). Bring back the Fair Rent Officer pronto and re-introduce better rights for tenants. Everyone happy. :rolleyes:

It's a home not an investment vehicle.

Rents are not rising in all sectors and in all regions. 3 Bed homes and larger have falling rents in Sussex. Only 1 and 2 bed flats are being squeezed a bit. But with HB limits and real incomes falling it won't last long. Negotiate hard if you need a new rental. Flats are now not renting as fast as they were - just sorted one for my daughter. There are only so many 'quality' tenants around and rather more properties to get rented than that.

Who would believe an EA anyway? If you are a LL they will say the market is flattening, if a tenant it is tight.

Edited by plummet expert

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