But chief executive Nic Budden expects stronger sales in the second half of this year

A slump in profits and revenues at estate agent Foxtons in the first half of this year has been blamed on an uncertainty in the property market in the run-up to the election.

Profits before tax were £18.1m, down from £23.1m in the previous first half. Property sales fell almost 11% and overall group revenues reduced by 2.3% to £71.1m.

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