Why Should You Use Check My Street Before Buying a New Home?

Before you go ahead and buy a new home, it’s important to have a lot of information about the property and the local area. Instead of simply buying a property and moving in straight away, take the time to research it using Check My Street.

 

Check My Street is Here to Help

At Check My Street, we understand that buying a new property is a stressful and daunting process. Not only do you have to find a new home that offers everything you need from a house, you also need to find it in an area that you want to live in. This isn’t always easy, especially if you are moving somewhere completely new. This is where Check My Street comes in. With a vast amount of information about properties and local amenities, we’re able to provide you with a great deal of information before you buy a new home. Instead of buying and hoping for the best, you can buy knowing all there is to know about where you’ll be moving to.

 

When you use our website, you’ll see just how easy it is to find out everything that you need to know. There’s no need to scour the web doing your own research, as everything is listed in one place. All you need to do is search for your postcode and see what we have to say. You’ll find information on local transport links, broadband speed and the local area. We even have the latest crime statistics, which help you to get an overall feed of a new area before you move.

 

If you’re more interested in what other properties have been sold for, Check My Street has this information to. We even have average monthly rent information for anyone who’s buying a home with the plan to rent it out. It really doesn’t matter where you’re moving to or what you’re planning to do with the property, Check My Street tells you everything that you need to know.

 

To find out more about using Check My Street, get in touch. Alternatively, search for your postcode and find out more.

Property Repossessions in March 2018

CheckMyStreet last looked at repossessions statistics in January 2018. Fast forward to March 2018 and not much has changed. Overall repossessions dropped slightly to 649. North West is still the region with most repossessions at 160, up 22 from January 2018. East of England is up 4 at 15 from January but still the lowest.

Below is a quick summary of repossessions in England and Wales for March2018.

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Contains HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.

Property Repossessions in January 2018

CheckMyStreet has recently looked at data from HM Land Registry for repossessions in January 2018. Generally repossessions take place when you are in mortgage arrears or in arrears of another debt that was secured against the property.

Below is a quick summary of repossessions in England and Wales for January 2018.

We also offer property removal service.

REPOSESSIONS 2018

Contains HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.