People also ask

  • What is the rental calculator based on?

  • Our rental calculator uses industry data to look at the typical rent you might expect from a property at a particular postcode. They are based on last known rental prices and inflation figures. However, they should not be seen as a substitute for a professional valuation, or used as a basis on which to sell, buy or let a property.

  • How to find out how much rent you can afford?

  • Rent Affordability Calculator Letting agents and landlords need to know that you can afford your rent. Either: Enter in your total Gross annual income below and click Calc Rent and we will tell you how much rent you can afford .

  • How much tax can you claim on rental income UK?

  • You can claim 1,000 as a tax-free property allowance. As a result, your taxable rental income will be: 17,000. The first 12,270 will be taxed at 20%: 2,454 in rental income tax. The next 4,730 will be taxed at 40%: 1,892 in rental income tax.

  • How can I find average rent by postcode?

  • Using a huge range of data points, you can now find average rent by postcode in just a few seconds! Landlords can set the right rental price first time, and tenants can check what they’re likely to have to pay for a particular property with our totally independent Rent Calculator valuation tool.