Published: 08 December 2020
Anthony Martin is delighted to report that their branches are on track to have their busiest December for more than a decade, as buyers rush to move home before the stamp duty holiday ends.
Staff at the award-winning Estate Agents said that they are working hard to keep up with the demand for homes as they are selling properties as soon as they come to market!
This strong buyer demand and flurry of activity, which started soon after the stamp duty holiday announcement has pushed house price growth to 5.8%, the highest since December 2017.
House price inflation is expected to continue to rise by the end of the year as buyer appetite continues.
UK house price growth is the highest for almost three years, and this has done nothing to quell demand which is still 34% higher than this time last year.
Pent-up demand following the first national lockdown, which then caused a once-in-a-lifetime re-evaluation of housing, and the stamp duty holiday have all contributed to this housing boom, and the property sales pipeline is now 50% bigger than this time last year!
Anthony Martin Group CEO said “All of our seven branches have been reporting extraordinary demand since the summer and we are pleased that the house price growth and buyer demand is keeping the market buoyant. We have benefitted from relocations out of the city, and we are pleased to be able to offer such exceptional homes in great locations.”
Anthony Martin Estate Agents, who have been serving Kent and London for almost ten years have offices in Dartford, Swanscombe, Barnehurst, Bexley, Bexleyheath, Locksbottom, Meopham and Mayfair. Due to an increase in demand for properties outside of London, Anthony Martin Estate Agents has also recently opened an office on Hanover Square, Maufair to support those looking to relocate.
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