A buy to let investment search portal has produced an interactive map based on a pull-together of research into the lettings market - with the claim that the end result is a guide to which locations in Britain will produce the highest yields in 2020.
The map, from Buy2Let, is based on data from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, LSL Property Services, LendInvest, Move With Us, HomeLet and Hamptons International.
The figures are for gross rental yield and show cumulative yield growth between this year and 2020.
Perhaps predictably, it shows that yield percentages will be healthiest across the North of England and the Midlands.
Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, York and Birmingham are set to see the biggest rental yield growth over the coming years, followed by Sheffield, Nottingham, Leicester, Coventry and Carlisle.
In the south, it says Reading looks the best bet for rental yields, along with Cardiff and the surrounding areas. The biggest rental growth areas in the capital are around Stratford, Hackney, Whitechapel and Canary Wharf.
Meanwhile at the other end of the scale, Plymouth, Great Yarmouth and Bath may offer high rental values, but their average yield percentage is set to be among the lowest in England and Wales.
Do you agree? In today's volatile lettings landscape, facing not only market forces but also successive interventions by government, it may be difficult to make acuurate predictions - but it's a fascinating read and you can see it here.