Whilst the IPHRP – the ONS’s measure of price growth in the PRS continues to grow. The RLA argue price growth is fragile and weaker than in the wider economy.Read More
Author: Nick Clay
This is a full draft version of the forthcoming Landlords’ Confidence Index (LCI). It aims to provide a snapshot of Landlord confidence. It is being produced at a time when landlords face pressure from governments. Tax changes, regulation change and the threat of adverse legal reforms are now threatening teh supply of homes in the Private rented Sector.Read More
The 2019 Q1 State of the PRS report focuses on the roll-out of Universal Credit and the imapct it has had on landlords. The majority of landlords report that Universal Credit claimants do go into arrears, despite claims to the contrary.Read More
The Index of Private Housing Rental Prices (IPHRP) continues to be below key measures of inflation. This is the 30th consecutive month the increase in rents in the PRS has been below BOTH the CPI and CPIH.Read More
In this post, Nick Clay from RLA PEARL looks at the latest inflation figures and trends in the Index of Private Housing Rental Prices (IPHRP).Read More
Section 21 has provided an important assurance to landlords that they can regain possession of their property in legitimate circumstances.
In response to proposed reform, the RLA launched what has become the largest ever non-government survey of the PRS to establish what Section 21 means to landlords, agents and those supporting the supply of private rented properties.