During the second quarter of 2014, the average mix adjusted rent in Edinburgh was £860 which is a significant 5.1% up on last year, beating the national rise of 4.3%. This latest uplift continues the trend of sustained growth in the past 4 quarters where the Capital has seen gradual improvements on the £818 average rental figure in Q2 2013. It was three bed properties that saw the biggest annual increases with a rise in price of 6.0%. Average TTL figures have reduced across all property types with a typical property now taking 26 days to let, down nearly a week (5 days) on Q2 2013. Two bedroomed properties are finding tenants the quickest with 69% of available homes letting within a month. This is the second consecutive material Year on Year rise recorded for the Edinburgh market in our quarterly reports suggestive of a slight tightening of supply relative to demand.