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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.
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Llanelli and Neath have been named among the 10 least expensive towns in Britain based on the average property price per square metre.
Llanelli is ranked as the second least expensive place in Britain to live, with the average property price just £1,028 per square metre, and Neath follows in seventh with an average price of £1,065.
People in Wales who rent their accommodation are, on average, paying £572 a month.
That's according to lettings agencies.
Across Wales and England rents are up by just over 1 percent on last year.
In London the average monthly rent is £1124.
The average house price in Wales has risen by 3.3% in the last year to £177,436.
Between April and May this year the price increased by around £3,000, a jump of 1.8%.
It follows a trend of rising house prices across the UK.
Greater London saw the biggest annual increase of 16.3%. The average cost of a house there now stands at £592,763.
Meanwhile, houses in the north of the UK saw an increase of just 0.1%, increasing by around £100.
The average increase across the UK was 3.6%.
The figures are based on the latest House Price Index.