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    Has anyone an idea where I can source statistics on the current climate with regards to the amount of residential property market in certain areas? As in, amount of property that is currently for rent, is rented and demand and supply and such like. Maybe like a government report or maybe a private organisation would have information on this. I have tried the national statistics department but nothing seems to be related entirely to the lettings market...

    Many thanks in advance...

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