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Renters have saved in London up to £1,800 pounds since 2016, due to the impact of Brexit

The study showed over 100 thousand properties advertised where analysed to ascertain whether rental property growth had decreased or not. The increase in rent was 3% lower than predicted since the Brexit referendum took place in 2016. The reasons has been related to the increased exodus of EU nationals, fears of corporations relocating their headquarters, stifling landlords from increasing prices, in addition to renters seeking more affordable locations in the country. From one aspect of the Brexit doom and gloom, it also presents an opportunity for renters to find suitable cost effective accommodation. Contact us for more information of the available properties to rent.