The City of London, where the pound is being pushed down towards 31-year lows. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images. Graeme Wearden.
The UK's benchmark share index has opened down 0.8%, while the pound has fallen further against the dollar after Friday's record one-day loss.
Foxtons had a busy start to the year as property investors and sellers rushed to complete deals before stamp duty on second homes increased at the start of April.
Concerns have been raised over the uncertainty surrounding the sale of Tata's UK business following Britain's decision to leave the EU.
A Vote Remain poster lies discarded on the ground in London's Parliament Square after the Leave campaign won the EU referendum campaign.