Buckinghamshire house sales inquiries have fallen by 98% on average compared to last year

Property experts have analysed the impact that the coronavirus crisis had on the industry by comparing sales inquiries figures from January to May 2019 to the same period in 2020.

Thursday, 27th August 2020, 9:50 am
Updated Thursday, 27th August 2020, 9:54 am
Buckinghamshire house sales inquiries have fallen by 98% on average compared to last year

The figures have been compiled by WeBuyAnyHome.

The study puts in perspective how each location has seen house sales inquiries change with the level of Covid19 cases registered in the area.

The data shows that there is an overall tendency in places with low rates of Covid19 cases to have a higher decrease in house sales inquiries and a tendency to increase or maintain the same levels in those places with high levels of cases.

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On average house sales demand decreased by 33% in the UK.

Buckinghamshire's average of 98% less house sales inquiries is way over the UK average, positioning the region's house market as one of the worst hit by the instability that the coronavirus has brought.

Northumberland topped the list with an -130.63% decrease in enquiries.

Buckinghamshire was second, just behind Norfolk with a -98.20% drop in enquiries.

If you'd like to see all of the data, please visit: https://www.webuyanyhome.com/covid-19-impact-on-the-property-market/