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Rental Tracker, April 2020

Rental Tracker, April 2020

Hannah McCartan
30th April 2020

We’ve been a full month in lockdown now due to COVID-19, and rents are increasing – up 0.52%.

The average rent in Swansea is currently £773pcm.

Average Asking Rents in Swansea, April 2020

1 bed 2 bed 3 bed 4 bed 5 bed
Houses £508pcm £620pcm £735pcm £837pcm £896pcm
Flats £556pcm £791pcm £753pcm £933pcm 0
All £550pcm £743pcm £750pcm £845pcm £896pcm

Difference from March 2020

1 bed 2 bed 3 bed 4 bed 5 bed
Houses 5.83% -0.16% -1.21% 3.33% -0.55%
Flats 2.72% 1.67% -5.88% 4.60% *
All 3.77% 1.64% -1.19% 3.43% -0.55%

Number of Properties Available in Swansea, April 2020

1 bed 2 bed 3 bed 4 bed 5 bed
Houses 164 101 118 183 193
Flats 424 261 49 17 0
All 588 362 167 200 193

Difference from March 2020

1 bed 2 bed 3 bed 4 bed 5 bed
Houses -6.82% -0.98% -7.09% 0.55% -4.46%
Flats -1.85% 7.41% 6.51% 0.00% *
All -3.29% 4.93% -3.47% 0.50% -4.46%

 

*can’t calculate as can’t divide by 0.

Source: Zoopla (as at 30/04/20)

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