The estate agent said social distancing measures are "resonating well with our colleagues and customers”, but added it is too early to provide guidance.
In the four months to 30 April, adjusted underlying earnings (EBITDA) were “significantly” ahead of last year thanks to a £50mln pipeline established before the lockdown.
The agent had £60mln in the bank as of Wednesday.
In the year ended 31 December, total income dipped 3% to £498mln after absorbing a £12mln impact of the tenant fee ban.
Loss from continuing operations decreased to £37mln from £224mln posted in 2018.
Shares jumped 5% to 65.05p on Thursday morning.