The lettings market in Dulwich was suggesting that rental prices may increase as a number of landlords took their properties off the market in an attempt to sell. However, we are starting to see a few landlords return to the lettings market, and due to Brexit winning the vote, we imagine that this will continue.
The summer market has arrived and we are definitely seeing an increase in sales applicant registrations. We believe that this increase in demand will increase through to October/November. If people are thinking of selling and are happy to price their property competitively, there are definitely still people looking to buy.
Lordship Lane is transforming, one shop at a time, and the new Marks & Spencer is starting to take shape, which will definitely have an impact on the area. A new Meat Liquor is also opening soon, joining chains such as Franca Manca and GBK. Sweaty Betty has also recently opened on Lordship Lane.
We are about to launch a new development of flats at 29 – 35 Lordship Lane which will include 5, brand newly converted flats, all with a roof terrace. The development will be ready for tenants to move in from the middle of August and the marketing will start the middle of July.
Goodrich Rocks is on the lips of many in the area and we’re very much looking forward to being a part of it.
Tony & Steven - Dulwich Sales & Lettings Managers - Summer 2016