Ten most searched postcodes with CheckMyStreet

taduuda-72915If you missed out on our top 10 countdown of most searched postcodes recently here they are on one page. It comes at no surprise that most of the searches were indeed near our nation’s capital.

Unsurprisingly a blast from the past appeared at number 3 when the original (and controversial) documentary Benefit Street aired a few years ago.

 

Top 10 searches of all time on CheckMyStreet.co.uk

 

  1. Sulivan Court, Fulham

  2. Radnor Road, London

  3. James Turner Street, Birmingham

  4. Nightingale Vale, London

  5. Waterers Rise, Woking

  6. High Street, London

  7. Columbus Close, Barry

  8. Spenser Way, Clacton-On-Sea

  9. Midfield Way, Orpington

  10. Hookfield,Harlow

 


This list was compiled from all logged data from searches performed on CheckMyStreet website, it may contain historical data. Data is as accurate as possible. Data is from searches between December 2013 to July 2017. Data is provided as is and is subject to terms and conditions here

How to Research Property – 3 Points You Need to Look Out For

pexels-photo-502352.jpgBefore you acquire any kind of financial investment property it is vital that you do your research. When you research home as well as the locations where they are located you reduce your danger and also increase your chances of an excellent return on investment. This article includes 3 things you ought to take into account when looking into a residential or commercial property.

If you fail to research on a property (as well as the area that it is positioned in) then you boost your risk of loss. The even more you find out about a residential property prior to you signing the agreement the much less danger you are likely to be in. These 3 things are not the be all and end all of property research or research but the will certainly be a great beginning block.

1. Research The Location

It is very important that you research the area before you buy a home in that location. Does it have a growing population? Is there much work in the location as well as is their diversity in this employment? How high are criminal activity rates etc. and so on?

2. Research The Market

What is the market belief for your area? Does it look like the market is going up or is it most likely to crash? If the marketplace is peaking it could deserve waiting to see if the market accidents before you acquire.

3. Check The Numbers

Finally do the numbers on every property and also make certain that it is economically sensible for you. Will it make a profit and how much time will it be before you get your investment back? By doing the numbers you can identify whether it’s worth buying the residential property at all.