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Rental Tracker, January 2020

Rental Tracker, January 2020

Hannah McCartan
31st January 2020

This month, rents have decreased by -4.42%, and surprisingly, stock is decreasing across the board, too.

The average rent in Swansea is currently £769pcm.

Average Asking Rents in Swansea, January 2020

1 bed 2 bed 3 bed 4 bed 5 bed
Houses £486pcm £643pcm £733pcm £791pcm £862pcm
Flats £561pcm £782pcm £772pcm £890pcm £0
All £539pcm £783pcm £747pcm £799pcm £862pcm

Difference from December 2019

1 bed 2 bed 3 bed 4 bed 5 bed
Houses 0.83% 0.16% 3.39% -5.72% -2.49%
Flats 0.36% -0.13% 3.76% -4.09% -100.00%
All 0.37% -0.54% 3.89% -5.78% -2.27%

Number of Properties Available in Swansea, January 2020

1 bed 2 bed 3 bed 4 bed 5 bed
Houses 161 117 112 207 213
Flats 385 260 65 19 0
All 546 377 177 226 213

Difference from December 2019

1 bed 2 bed 3 bed 4 bed 5 bed
Houses 9.52% -4.88% -25.33% -6.33% -11.25%
Flats 1.85% -11.86% 6.56% -24.00% -100.00%
All 4.00% -9.81% -16.11% -8.13% -11.62%

 

Source: Zoopla (as at 29/01/20)

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