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The cost of renting a home has stalled as an increase in the number of first-time buyers getting onto the property ladder starts to ease pressure on the rental market.
Lower-income working families can't afford to rent a home in a third of Britain, research reveals.
Rent increased across England and Wales by 3.5% in the year to May 2013, taking the average rent to £737 a month.
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The cost of renting hit a record high of £734 a month in August after five consecutive months of rising prices.
Tighter lending criteria for mortgages more people are having to rent for longer, but the UK rental system is skewed to fit the landlord and letting agent - not the tenant.
Rents have risen again, leaving tenants having to scrape together an average of £718 a month in order to keep a roof over their heads.
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