Headline rate of inflation for the past 5 years , what has it been !


J

Just Wondering

Hi , i wonder if someone could help me out here , basically we have a rent
review coming up (once every five years) we've been there for 4 years and
its part of the lease that the propertys rent review is increased based on
"The headline rate of inlflation"

so as i imagine you've guessed its a bit like :-

rent remains the same for 5 years then each five years the rent increase is
worked out based on the headline rate of inflation been added per year to
come to the new rent.

year 1 + "The headline rate of inlflation"
year 2 + "The headline rate of inlflation"
year 3 + "The headline rate of inlflation"
year 4 + "The headline rate of inlflation"
year 5 + "The headline rate of inlflation"


but my main question is what has been the headline rate of inflation for the
past 5 years ?!

TIA
 
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GSV Three Minds in a Can

from the wonderful said:
Hi , i wonder if someone could help me out here , basically we have a rent
review coming up (once every five years) we've been there for 4 years and
its part of the lease that the propertys rent review is increased based on
"The headline rate of inlflation"

so as i imagine you've guessed its a bit like :-

rent remains the same for 5 years then each five years the rent increase is
worked out based on the headline rate of inflation been added per year to
come to the new rent.

year 1 + "The headline rate of inlflation"
year 2 + "The headline rate of inlflation"
year 3 + "The headline rate of inlflation"
year 4 + "The headline rate of inlflation"
year 5 + "The headline rate of inlflation"


but my main question is what has been the headline rate of inflation for the
past 5 years ?!
It has been:-

2.93% 0.70% 2.94% 2.80% 3.49% 2.21% 4.43%

(that's the 12 Months ended Dec2000, 2001 ... to 2006 (data out today!)
 
J

Just Wondering

GSV Three Minds in a Can said:
It has been:-

2.93% 0.70% 2.94% 2.80% 3.49% 2.21% 4.43%

(that's the 12 Months ended Dec2000, 2001 ... to 2006 (data out today!)
thank you most kindly.
 
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