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Supporting private landlords not pushing them out is key for a modern sector of the future

Our findings are showing that landlord sentiment to the sector and investments is deteriorating. We estimate on top of the 46,000 privately rented homes that have already been lost (MHCLG, 2018), there will be a further net loss of 133,000 homes to rent. We need to move to a broader but fair reform of private renting; with improved access to justice for landlords and tenants, expanded options for security of tenure, and reformed taxation policy that supports not penalise private landlords.

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PEARL Rental Index – June 2018

London rental price growth has continued to decline, with prices decreasing by 0.2% in the 12 months to May 2018. Overall rental growth is 1.4 points below inflation, and data from across the sector is showing a slow-down in housing transactions and lending in the private rented sector.

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PEARL Rental Index – May 2018

The May 2018 PEARL Rental Index is showing that rental price growth across Great Britain is weakening with rents increasing by 1.0% in the 12 months to April 2018. London rents were unchanged at 0.0% in the 12 months to April, and Consumer Price Index inflation is now at 2.4% down from 3% for January 2018.

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