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Increase Of 0.6 Per Cent In Average Rents From Q2 2006 In Scotland

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"With sub-prime mortgage woes in the US, and interest rate rises, fresh government initiatives to tackle the housing shortage and reports of levels of inequality in wealth and poverty last seen in the sixties in the UK it has certainly been an interesting few months.

And indeed, year-on-year rental growth in average Scottish rents has also been remarkable - if only for the modest increases seen. While there are exceptions, most notably in Aberdeen, the Scottish rental index shows only a 0.6% increase Q2 '07 - Q2 '06. Given that interest rates rose four times between the periods we may have expected to see rents move higher than they have done. With interest rates moving up another 0.25% this month and widely expected to go higher again should we expect to see rents move higher?"

http://www.citylets.co.uk/reports/

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Edited by GavLaw

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