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High immigration helps explain record rent rise

High net immigration helps explain why rental growth accelerated to its fastest pace on record last year. Immigration won’t be as high this year, adding to the reasons to think that rental growth has peaked. But strong pay growth, high mortgage rates and some Ukrainians seeking their own homes mean it will remain high by past standards.

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