U.K. Rentals Hit a Record, Up 35% on 2015 Numbers
In 2015, the United Kingdom experienced a record-breaking year.
But with a few big surprises in store for the holiday season, that record-breaker could be set again.
Here’s a look at how rental rates have gone since the end of 2015.
In a press release on December 16, 2018, the National Rent Council (NRCC) said that rental rates in the U.S. were up 35 percent in 2015, with the number of properties in rental for the month of December up 23 percent over the same month last year.
Renters in the United States made up 37.7 percent of the total U.D. population, up from 34.2 percent a year ago.
In addition, rental rates for the first quarter of 2018, when there were more properties available, were up an incredible 75 percent.
In total, there were over 1.5 million properties available to rent.
The NRCC noted that in addition to the record year, the number and rate of properties available had also increased during the year.
The number of rental properties available in 2016 rose to 4,848, up slightly from 3,924 in 2015.
The year before, there had been an increase of just under 2,000 properties, from 1,037 properties in 2015 to 1,846 in 2016.
This year, there are 2,732 properties available.
As part of their holiday rental market analysis, NRCC released a report on their 2016 survey results.
In their report, they noted that the number renting in the UK and Ireland has been on a tear over the past few years.
The survey was conducted in February and March of 2016.
The UK had the highest number of rentals of any major economy.
Of the 7,000 rental properties in the country, just over 6,000 were available for rent, while the UK had 2,500 rental properties, a significant increase of more than 60 percent.
According to the NRCC, in 2016, a total of 7,818 properties were available in the British Isles, with 2,851 properties available for rental in Ireland.
In other words, there was more available property available in both countries than in any other country.
This was a record year for Ireland, as they had more properties for rent than any other nation in the world.
In terms of the U, the largest rental country in the entire world, the UY reported a total occupancy rate of 7.3 percent in 2016 with 1,932 properties in use.
The UY has seen an overall increase in the number in use over the year, from 8,743 properties in 2016 to 9,089 in 2017.
In 2017, the occupancy rate for properties rented out for more than 30 days increased from 3.4 percent in the previous year to 4.4 per cent in 2018.
The occupancy rate was higher than in 2016 at 7.4.
The increase in number of homes being rented out, which is the main driver for demand, was up from 1.8 percent in 2017 to 2.3 in 2018, with an increase in rental homes from the previous 12 months.
This year, rental housing is more plentiful and cheaper than it was in 2016 for the majority of households.
Many of the housing options in the marketplace are available for less than the typical home purchase price.
This means that when people need to find a home, they’re more likely to go to a real estate agent rather than a realtor.
When it comes to rentals, home ownership is a great way to stay in the market.
This is particularly true for families with children and couples with seniors.
There are many things you can do to ensure that you have a place to call home and a comfortable, stable place to live in, and these are things that many landlords are aware of.