File:The UK Private Rented Sector.pdf
“The private rented sector in the UK comprises any property that is privately owned and being rented out as housing, usually by an individual landlord, but also by housing organisations and institutional investors. As other tenures decline across the country, it is the fastest growing sector in the country, predicted to surpass social rented housing imminently”. This is according to Future of London – an independent not-for-profit network.
This report evaluates the potential opportunity in the UK private rented housing sector.
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