Rent inflation is set to approach 10% as the surge in net migration coupled with lower home completions has pushed rental vacancy rates to record low. But that rise will be overwhelmed by the slowdown in new dwellings purchases, underlining that the housing downturn is deflationary rather than inflationary.
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