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North Wales is suffering from a shortage of rental properties as demand outstrips supply.
A national survey has found growing numbers of prospective tenants continue to enter the rental market despite a lack of suitable houses.
The Home Sale Network published the findings after questioning its members from across the UK.
They found that in the three months to September more than 40% of survey respondents saw a 10% decrease in the number of rental properties available on the market.
The Home Sale Network, which is an independent group of leading estate agents, attributed this to rising tenancy demand with the majority of the network's members having seen the number of potential tenants increase by up to 20% in the same three month period.
Such a supply-demand imbalance is also affecting rental prices, with the majority of respondents reporting up to a 5% increase in prices in the last three months.
Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents, who have offices across Gwynedd and Anglesey and is the member of Home Sale Network in North West Wales, have called for potential landlords to come forward to meet the increasing demand.
Clare Williams from Dafydd Hardy, said: "The increase that we are seeing in tenant registrations means that we would like to hear from any potential landlords who have quality properties to let.
"We have a very high demand for properties of all types and our landlord services can take the hassle out of renting a property and even guarantee a monthly income," she said.
"Fortunately, at the moment, we still have quality properties to let and always work hard to match tenants with a property that suits their needs, and their budget," Clare added.
For further information, please contact Clare Williams at Dafydd Hardy Lettings on 01248 353544 or email email@example.com
To find out more about the Home Sale Network visit www.home-sale.co.uk.