The human cost of the Coronavirus crisis is growing and devastating, but behind that businesses are being badly hurt too.
Many consider the corporates and the portals better able to withstand the current challenge but they, too, have been hit significantly.
Here is a list of their share price collapse since the first day of trading this year on January 2, until close of business on Friday. We have rounded the figures to the nearest penny.
Countrywide - already on its uppers at the start of 2020 after years of decline - has lost over 80 per cent of its share value in the past three months and has suffered the most significant collapse of all property companies.
Belvoir: 147p to 100p;
Countrywide: 349p to 60p;
Foxtons: 85p to 43p;
Hunters: 65p to 35p;
LSL Property Services: 270p to 160p;
OnTheMarket: 70p to 35p;
Property Franchise Group: 200p to 167p;
Purplebricks: 130p to 38p;
Rightmove: 640p to 470p;
Savills: 1,144p to 773p.