Has COVID-19 Affected the UK Rental Market for UK Expats and Foreign Nationals?

Keys in front door of a house

Rightmove reports that 1 in 6 landlords are still looking to expand their property portfolio.

Woman walking through Hyde Park in London

It’s likely that outdoor spaces, proximity to green spaces, and office space will continue to be desirable for potential tenants as society falls into the ‘new normal’ of a post-Coronavirus world.

Sofa in a open plan lounge and kitchen of a house

Savills reports that tenants are looking for more spacious accommodation with a particular focus on green or office spaces.

The UK has faced COVID-19 restrictions since March. But, despite the ongoing uncertainty, the impact on the UK Rental Market has not been as bad as expected.

More and more people are choosing to rent as a lifestyle decision, and this means that the rental market will not be slowing down in the foreseeable future.”

— Stuart Marshall

MANCHESTER, GREATER MANCHESTER, UK, November 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — This week, the UK government announced its pathway for emerging from the second national lockdown. Included in this announcement was the return of the UK’s tier system which places different areas under varying levels of lockdown restrictions. These restrictions are set to last until March ’21. So, with restrictions continuing until springtime and many expecting further and tighter restrictions after Christmas, how is the ongoing uncertainty going to affect the

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