The London property market gathered considerable momentum in the three months to September. The number of sales agreed by Chestertons in this period more than doubled compared to the previous three months.
This increase is even more impressive given that international buyers, who typically account for a large proportion of buyers in central London, have been largely absent since April.
Following on from a quieter spring period, London's lettings market was extremely busy during the summer months and into early autumn.
In the three months to September, Chestertons recorded a 170% increase in agreed tenancies, compared to the previous three months.
This report gives a further insight into the London property market this autumn. Also read Chestertons' outlook as we await to see what affect the end of the furlough scheme, and the recent tightening of lockdown restrictions will have, whilst the Brexit deadline is approaching.