More renters in the East Midlands are satisfied with their landlord than in any other part of England according to new findings.
A poll by the National Landlords Association (NLA) found that 83 per cent of renters in the East Midlands said they are satisfied with their landlord.
The findings emerge as the latest English Housing Survey – published by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) – shows that average private sector tenancies now last four years.
On average across all regions, eight in ten tenants (79 per cent) are satisfied with their landlord.
Richard Lambert, CEO at the NLA, said: “Good landlords make up the majority of the market. These findings will help to reassure existing renters and those looking to make their home in the private sector.”