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London rents soar by A THIRD in just three years as housing costs in capital leave rest of Britain standing

Tenants in Greater London are now paying an eye-watering 32 per cent in rent compared to October 2009, after the average cost increased again in the last year, figures show. In the last 12 months, rental prices have raced ahead by six per cent - or twice the average rate of consumer inflation - to reach £1,240 per month, according to the HomeLet Rental Index. As a result, renting a home in the capital is 16 per cent more expensive than in October 2010 and up 32 per cent higher on October 2009, when the average rent was just £940 per month. Click here

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