Persimmon has announced today that it's weekly private sales rate is 4% ahead of last year.
The stats comes from the report that looks at the figures from July 1 to November 12 2012. Persimmon has said that the sales rise is “in line with expectations.” Persimmon has also announced that a “usual seasonal pick up in sales,” has increased Persimmon’s visitor levels rising. They rose 6% against 2011 from the start of the Autumn season.
Persimmon also anticipates that due to changes in the sales mix they will see a 5% increase in their average selling price to around £172,000 for the full year. Persimmon has also revealed it has round £508 million forward sales reserved beyond 2012. Which is a 5% improvement on the same period last year.
“With the adoption of our new long term strategy at the start of the year, we remain confident of the future successful growth of Persimmon and the delivery of significant value to our shareholders over the years,” said the company's statement.