Private rental market

Created 2 years ago, updated 3 months ago
This release provides statistics on the private rental market for England. The release presents the mean (average), median, lower quartile, and upper quartile gross monthly rent paid (ignoring any adjustment for services not eligible for housing benefit), for a number of bedroom/room categories ) in England
 
Definitions of the bedroom/room categories used are provided below:
Room – non self-contained single room with shared facilities. Includes bedsits, single rooms in a house or flat shared with other tenants, and single rooms rented from a resident landlord.
Studio – self-contained single roomed property with own kitchen and bath/shower/WC facilities.
One bedroom – self-contained properties with one bedrooms including houses, bungalows, flats and maisonettes.
Two bedrooms – self-contained properties with two bedrooms including houses, bungalows, flats and maisonettes.
Three bedrooms – self-contained properties with three bedrooms including houses, bungalows, flats and maisonettes.
Four or more bedrooms – self-contained properties with four or more bedrooms including houses, bungalows, flats and maisonettes.

Mean – a measure of central tendency often referred to as the average. Given a series of values the arithmetic mean is calculated by summing all these values together and dividing by the count of these values.
Median – when a series of numbers are arranged by order of magnitude the median represents the middle value. Where there is an even number of values the median is the mean of the two values closest to value in the centre of that distribution.
Lower quartile – when a series of values are arranged by order of magnitude the lower quartile (or 25th percentile) is the value below (above) which 25 (75) per cent of the values lie.
Upper quartile – when a series of values are arranged by order of magnitude the upper quartile (or 75th percentile) is the value below (above) which 75 (25) per cent of the values lie.

Statistics derived from fewer than 10 observations have been suppressed

Frequency: Financial Year

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