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The demand for rented homes in the UK looks set to grow according to new reports.

There have been many reports over recent years of a generational change in attitude towards homeownership and new research from Hamptons suggests that there could be a considerable rise in homes available for rent in the coming years.

It's very easy to organise your mortgage when buying a new home, get a great fixed rate deal and then completely forget about it for years as you make your monthly payments. 

New data from Dynamo, part of the mortgage broker Countrywide, has revealed just how much money is wasted by homeowners sitting on their mortgage after the fixed term.

Landlords have had a lot to deal with in recent times. The many regulatory and tax changes imposed on the market have forced landlords to react and respond quickly, in trying circumstances. It is understandable that many landlords have resorted to increasing rental fees to manage rising costs and tax losses, but to the public, this just seems as though the landlord is increasing their profit. This isn’t the case, but it does create a problem for landlords. There is a need for landlords to deal with tax losses without increasing rents, and we are here to review the market and provide you with some tips.

Positive signs for the UK property market as the first quarter of 2018 recorded an average growth of 1.27% in property prices.

Recent data from Zoopla has revealed that homes in Britain gained £44 in value between January and March of 2018, an average of £3,917 added to the price tag of a home, resulting in a collective growth of £114 billion.

While the change in rental rates in England and Wales have seen little change since the beginning of 2018, the comparison year-on-year is a considerable difference.

According to the latest rental tracker index from Your Move, the average residential rent in England and Wales has risen by 3.2% in the 12 months to March 2018.

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