The agents believe rents will rise by 19%, compared to an average property price rise of 13%.
Concerns over Brexit will lead to a stagnant market in the short term, with the agent predicting a flat 2017, with price falls in some areas.
Rents however, will be buoyed by the supply not matching demand, as many landlords are deterred from enlarging portfolios/entering the market, thanks to recent government tax changes.
Rents to rise faster than house prices, says Savills https://t.co/3So39uPZ0m— BBC Business (@BBCBusiness) November 4, 2016
Take advantage of our discounted landlord insurance ratesHouse prices to stay flat until 2018, with growth overtaken by rents https://t.co/iR668UASHB— Telegraph Property (@TeleProperty) November 4, 2016