Posted Oct 3rd 2017 by Property Lets Online
“The past year has been marked by fundamental change for the lettings market, both in London and across the regions. The first quarter of 2016 saw an upsurge in investors and landlords rushing through the purchase of buy to let property ahead of the government’s second reform to stamp duty which flooded the spring market with a surplus of stock” says Lisa Simon, partner and head of lettings for the firm.
“Following the vote in favour of Brexit the lettings market began to strengthen, as more tenants delayed their decision to buy property and instead decided to rent for longer and watch the market. This mindset has been witnessed across all demographics of tenant, from young professionals to families to chief executives who are in the UK from overseas for a few years” she says.
The latest figures constitute an all-time record for Carter Jonas.