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Rent prices in Wales have continued to rise throughout the first half of 2016 according to the HomeLet Rental Index.
Renters in Wales are on average paying an extra £20 a month compared to 2015.
Compared to other parts of the UK, renters in Wales have seen a more modest increase. Average rent in the UK (excluding greater London) increased by £26 a month in the same period.
The June HomeLet Rental Index shows that the rental market remains resilient in the face of the various economic and political headwinds the sector has faced recently. Landlords are continuing to secure rental growth whilst there are some early signs of affordability criteria beginning to bear on the rates of rental price growth.
Wales has seen the second highest month-on-month increase across Wales and England in asking prices, with a 2% rise pushing the average asking price to £185,145.
That's according to property website Rightmove which also says homes are now taking just 57 days typically to sell.
Central Cardiff is among the most desirable places for professionals aged between 25 and 44 years old to buy a property, according to Lloyds Bank. The postcode of CF24 which includes Cathays, Roath and Splott, was named as the top hotspot for young professionals in Wales.
Lloyds' review looked at Land Registry house sales in the year to February 2016 and also used analysis of different sectors of the population by marketing consultancy CACI to make the findings.
The south coastal town of Hove is the top hotspot for young professionals buying homes across Wales and England.
Young professionals tend to have a professional or university qualification, are in well paid jobs and enjoy an urban lifestyle without the hustle and bustle of living in the city centre.
Our research shows that aspiring young urbanites choose to settle in areas which give them the best of both worlds - attractive suburbs offering good amenities and quality of life, which are within easy reach of a larger city centre - and in many cases they are prepared to pay a premium to live there.
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Arriva Trains Wales says it's extending its mobile ticketing system across the country after a successful trial on the Cardiff and Valleys network.
It says customers can make savings using Mobile Multi-flex ticket - the first mobile ticketing system of its kind in the UK.
Tickets can be bought, through an app, to travel between any two places and can be stored on a smartphone for up to three months after the date of purchase.
...we are always trying to understand the needs of our passengers and with the majority of UK employees (77 per cent) working in organisations that provide some kind of flexible working, we had a strong desire to reward loyal users of our trains who do not travel on our services regularly enough to benefit from the savings provided by a normal season ticket.