City AM seeks London estate agent

ended 09. June 2021

A journalist at City AM is putting a piece together on London’s housing market. It seems to have behaved slightly differently from the rest of the UK (smaller upswing in property, people wanting to move out, etc).

She wants thoughts from London estate agents on what’s next for London’s property market. For example:

  • do you think people are as keen to move to the capital post-Covid?
  • will Londoners get the money they’re asking for when selling (separate research today suggests Londoners are becoming more unwilling to drop their asking price)?

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As a High Net Worth mortgage broker, we have started to see a lot more interest from wealthy buyers predominantly based abroad. They are keen to start viewing as soon as restrictions are lifted. Some have even suggested they will buy without a physical viewing if they get a great opportunity. London is still regarded as one of the most attractive places in the world to acquire property and so I cannot see prices falling. There's simply too much demand and, as ever, too few properties."