After the usual dip in demand for property over the Christmas and New Year period, it is apparent that the demand for rental property is increasing with every week. An exceptionally cold January didn’t stop a 50% increase in viewings year on year. February saw GO Property move in 50% more tenants year on year, with rental levels holding firm and in some instances increasing slightly.

The supply of property in the rental sector appears to have dried up over the past 6 months, which means demand is coming back into line with supply and resulting in stabilising rental levels. These early signs indicate that 2010 could prove to be a far better year for the landlord. There is one thing, however, that we can be sure of - the property market remains volatile and it would be a bold person who said they can predict its development.

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