Dexters sales viewing figures for January were impressive enough to get a mention in the Sunday Times Home.
We reported our record week for sales in January, continuing the momentum generated in the last quarter of 2016. The uncertainty surrounding the property market on the back of Brexit that has been dominating the news is having little impact on our market; buyers and tenants are out in force. We booked over 16,000 viewing appointments for buyers in January and almost 10,000 for tenants!
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After last March’s stampede to exchange before extra stamp duty was slapped on second homes, there was a lull followed by a Brexit-shaped hiatus. The first half of summer was deathly quiet, except for a few cheeky dollar buyers. Sales were so thin, it became difficult for researchers to confidently pick out areas of strength or weakness. Yet a proper post-Brexit crash never materialised. This was not the six-month paralysis that set in after the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008. Autumn brought encouraging signs. Last month the London estate agency Dexters carried out 16,000 viewings last month. Where is the activity coming from?