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Notable rise in middle-aged renters recorded

A notable rise in middle-aged renters has been recorded by property developers and letting agents alike.

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Middle-aged renters on the rise

Rising UK house prices have left many middle-age workers unable to afford a first home, or as accidental renters after a relationship break-up, which is why significantly more older tenants are now renting from a private landlord than they were a few years ago.

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First-Time Buyer: Shared ownership has transformed this long-term renter into a proud owner

An Intus Lettings survey of 2,000 renters found that 57 per cent of under-25s believe they’ll eventually buy, but older tenants are less optimistic.

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Is it time to relax the rules surrounding pets in rented properties?

According to new research, there are a growing number of tenants in the private rented sector who are unable to own pets, or find a suitable property which will allow pets.

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Why the age of people who rent a home is on the rise

The number of people renting a home aged 35 to 54 has risen by 15 per cent in the last three years, as they struggle to get a mortgage, according to new research.

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Outdoor space is tenants' most wanted rental property feature

Tenants in the UK looking for a new rental home are more concerned with affordability than anything else, a new poll has found.

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Affordability is the most important factor for private tenants

Affordability is the overriding priority for renters of all ages when looking for private rented accommodation, according to a survey of more than 2,000 tenants across the UK.

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Affordability is most important factor for private tenants, study finds

Affordability was named as the most important factor in a rental property by private tenants of all ages, according to a survey of more than 2,000 UK renters.

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Affordability is the most important issue for tenants in the UK, new poll suggests

Affordability is the most important factor for tenants in the UK looking for a home to rent, according to a new survey.

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Tenants prioritise saving for a holiday over a home deposit

More than a third (39%) of private tenants in the UK are not saving any money towards a deposit for their own homes, according to new research by Intus Lettings.

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Homeownership or holidays? Renters’ savings goals revealed

Research from Intus Lettings revealed simply keeping up the rental payments was a more pressing concern for many tenants than moving ahead with homeownership ambitions.

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Majority of older renters fear that they will never afford own home

The number of 35 to 54-year-olds renting a home has risen by 15% in the least three years, according to new research by Intus Lettings.

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Stuck renting forever: more tenants say deposits stop them buying

Most tenants believe they will never be able to own a home because of the burden of saving for a deposit to buy.

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Growing numbers of older tenants drives demand for rented property

The number of people renting a home aged 35 to 54 has risen by 15 per cent in the last three years as they struggle to get a mortgage.

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Boost for landlords as middle-aged tenant numbers rise

Landlords stand to benefit from a larger pool of potential tenants as middle-aged people struggle to become homeowners, it has been revealed.

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Affordability pressure leading to rise in older renters

New research reveals there has been a sharp increase over the last few years in the number of older people unable to afford to buy a home.

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Tenants in Britain are getting older, new research suggests

The number of people renting a home aged 35 to 54 has risen by 15% in the last three years as they struggle to get a mortgage, according to new research.

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Deposit affordability the cause of rising age of renters

We have come across yet another report stating an increase in people struggling to obtain a mortgage and move from renting to homeownership.

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Growing number of middle aged now in the private rental sector

The number of people renting a home aged between 35 and 54 has risen by 15 per cent in the last three years according to research by a lettings agency.

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Significant increase in number of middle-age renters

There has been a 15% rise in the number of people renting a home aged 35-54 in the last three years as they struggle to get a mortgage, new research shows.

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Renters fear not getting on to the ladder due to cost of saving for a deposit

Saving a deposit is without doubt the greatest challenge when buying a first home, and more than half – 56% – of renters said they rent because they cannot afford the initial lump sum.

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