The UK property portal Rightmove has experienced an increase in site visits, even after the turbulence of Brexit, reports Real Estate Agent Today.
Rightmove says the price of property coming to market experienced its usual seasonal fall this month, down by 2.1 per cent but that the big surprise is the strength of buyer activity, with sales agreed up by 5.2 per cent on November last year in spite of the backdrop of Brexit uncertainty.
REAT reports that Rightmove's website visits for November this year were nine per cent up from the 101m seen in November 2015 - there were 110m visits last month.
Rightmove's director and housing market analyst Miles Shipside says it's regions outside of London that are selling well.
"All regions except London are selling at higher levels than a year ago, with three regions having increases of over 10 per cent” Shipside continues.