The prime central London market in particular is undergoing a period of adjustment following years of extreme growth – prices have increased by nearly 90% since 2008. 

Ebbs and flows are to be expected, but Dexters can confidently say that there is still upward pressure on prices, with the overall trend being that of gradual increase. 

It’s important to remember that the prime Central London market is still adjusting to reflect the recent increase in stamp duty. Following the recent Autumn Statement we can assume that the duty is here to stay for the foreseeable future, so we can begin to expect less volatility in terms of prices.