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Should you be converting commercial property to residential property?

Up until recently, the UK government had relatively strict restrictions on converting commercial spaces, such as high street reta...

How does bridge to let work?

Despite the many financial challenges of the last few years, the property market is one sector that hasn’t suffered. Investors ha...

Is real estate the best asset class for 2022?

According to a recent survey, approximately one-third of UK adults agree that property will be the best performing asset in 2022,...

25 Property Investment Tips for Beginners

Investing in property has long been a reliable and smart way to accumulate wealth and meet financial goals. After all, an extensiv...

Buy-to-let tax changes in 2022: everything you need to know

Keeping up with buy-to-let tax changes can be complicated - but as a property investor, understanding how best to approach tax co...

Savvy Renovation Tips to Make the Most of a Smaller Property

Whether you purchased an investment property with the intention of expanding and remodelling, or you’ve outgrown the space quicker...

Pro Tips to Acquire and Manage Property Remotely

Managing a property portfolio is challenging at the best of times, whether you have one property or ten. But when you add distance...

The Ultimate Guide to Buy-To-Let in 2022

Investing in property can be rewarding - and as the property market has shown recently, tangible assets like houses often perform...

Where in the UK will have the best rental yields in 2022?

For property investors, the past two years have made for interesting times. While the Covid pandemic may have adversely affected...

How to get into real estate in the UK

If you regularly find yourself scouring the property markets, you may be wondering how to get into real estate in the UK. If you...

Is real estate a good inflation hedge?

UK inflation as measured by the Consumer Prices Index has hit 3.2% this year, the highest since March 2012. What's more, it's for...

What are the top property investment hotspots in the UK?

Despite economic uncertainty in the wake of Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic, property has once again proven its resilience an...

Buying a house with subsidence: is it a terrible idea?

Subsidence is the term given to the downward sinking or collapsing of the ground on which a property sits. Most if not all proper...

Is property investment better than a pension?

Property investments and pensions are both great at delivering long-term financial growth. When it comes to planning for your ret...

Overseas investment in London property: what it means in 2021

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the property market has been relatively resilient in the last 12 months. March 2021 was the bus...

All you need to know about converting office space to residential 

Across the UK housing is in high demand, while changing landscapes and new ways of working mean that many landlords are seeking al...

How is the 2021 building material shortage impacting housebuilding?

If you have paid even a small amount of attention to the news over the past year, you will have undoubtedly seen or heard stories...

Old vs new build investment Property: Which is better?

Whether you’re an experienced buy-to-let investor or looking to develop a property portfolio for the first time, it’s likely that...

All you need to know about North East property investment

House prices in the North East have risen at a rate of over 15% in the last 12 months, and some predict a buy-to-let boom in the...

15 things to know before investing in buy-to-let

The buy-to-let world is something many of us have considered, and with good reason. What’s not to love about purchasing a proper...

What you need to know before investing in UK property

If you’re wanting to make the most of your money, you should be aware that a balanced and diverse investment portfolio can help....

What will property investment look like after Covid-19?

With the UK’s herculean Covid-19 vaccination programme underway, it appears that the nightmare of future potential lockdowns may...

Guide to Repossessed Property Investments

There are several different situations that can lead to a property being repossessed, the most common reason is when the owner def...

How To Quickly Calculate Building Costs

If you’re planning on building a house from scratch, it’s important to accurately estimate the costs for the project. A build co...

What is a cash buyers only property?

If you’ve been keeping an eye on the property market recently, you may have noticed that some listings come with the caveat of “c...

What is the average house price in the UK in 2021?

2020 presented unprecedented challenges for individuals, businesses and investors. Despite uncertainty from the ongoing coronavir...

How is the coronavirus pandemic affecting UK house prices? June 2021 update

While the coronavirus pandemic has impacted upon practically all facets of life, it appears that the UK government’s “road map” ou...

How to find the best rental yields in 2021

Rental yield is the term used to describe the returns that a buy-to-let investor can expect to achieve via rental income each year...

Stamp Duty Calculations 2021: All You Need to Know

Stamp Duty Calculations 2021: All You Need to Know Stamp duty is a tax that you must pay when you purchase a property in the UK,...

How To Build a UK Property Portfolio in 2021

While the initial thought of starting a portfolio can be daunting, it’s a smart financial decision that can earn you good long-ter...

Buy-to-let mortgages explained for 2021

Despite the uncertainties of 2020, the buy-to-let mortgage market continued to grow through the latter part of the year. The out...

What is a property valuation?

Whether you’re a buyer, seller or just curious – the internet can be a minefield when it comes to seeking out information. In thi...

The Importance of Price Per Square Foot in Property Investment

Property has always been one of the most important asset classes. With the opportunities for ongoing rental income and longer-term...

Beginning UK Property Investment? Here are 10 tips you need to know

What is an Investment Property? An investment property is the term for any property bought by the purchaser for reasons other tha...

Should You be Looking to Buy to Let in 2020?

Is Buy to Let Still a Good Investment in 2020? Property is still considered a safe investment in 2020. There are risks involved in...

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Where does the raw data come from?

Property listings seen on rightmove.co.uk, zoopla.co.uk and onthemarket.com.

How often is the data updated?

The data is updated in near real-time.

What time period does the data cover?

This is a real-time market snapshot - the data covers currently listed properties. Once properties are removed from the portal, they are soon removed from this tab.

How is the raw data processed?

Duplicates from multiple sources are matched and reconciled as far as possible. Listings with obvious errors, where price or number or bedrooms appear out of range, are discarded.

What are the statistics used?

Averages shown are the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property listings seen on rightmove.co.uk, zoopla.co.uk and onthemarket.com.

How do you know the square footage of properties?

We use proprietary technology to read the square footage of properties from agent floorplans. Although we cannot determine the square footage for all properties, we can usually get sufficient coverage. Agents are sometimes known to inflate square footage, and this should be borne in mind as a weakness of this data.

How often is the data updated?

The data is updated in near real-time.

What time period does the data cover?

This is a real-time market snapshot - the data covers currently listed properties. Once properties are removed from the portal, they are soon removed from this tab.

How is the raw data processed?

Duplicates from multiple sources are matched and reconciled as far as possible. Listings with obvious errors, where price or number or bedrooms appear out of range, are discarded.

What are the statistics used?

The average shown is the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property "price paid" data provided by the Land Registry.

How often is the data updated?

Once per month when released by the Land Registry, typically towards the end of each calendar month covering up to the end of the previous calendar month.

What time period does the data cover?

You can customise the time period using the filter at the top of the view. The default time period is up to 9 months back from today's date. The latest data covers the period up to 2022-03-31, although some sales that took place before this date may still be added in the coming months.

How is the raw data processed?

No additional processes are applied to this data.

What are the statistics used?

Averages shown are the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property "price paid" data provided by the Land Registry, and Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) data provided by Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government.

How do you know the square footage of properties?

We match the Land Registry data to EPC data provided by the MCHLG. Due to the fact that not all properties sold have had an EPC and vagaries of addressing in the UK, we are not able to determine the square footage of all properties, but we can usually get sufficient coverage.

How often is the data updated?

The private paid data is updated once per month when released by the Land Registry, typically towards the end of each calendar month covering up to the end of the previous calendar month. The energy performance certificate database is updated monthly.

What time period does the data cover?

You can customise the time period using the filter at the top of the view. The default time period is up to 9 months back from today's date. The latest data covers the period up to 2022-03-31, although some sales that took place before this date may still be added in the coming months.

How is the raw data processed?

No additional processes are applied to this data.

What are the statistics used?

The average shown is the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property listings seen on rightmove.co.uk, zoopla.co.uk and onthemarket.com.

How often is the data updated?

The data is updated in near real-time.

What time period does the data cover?

This is a real-time market snapshot - the data covers currently listed properties. Once properties are removed from the portal, they are soon removed from this tab.

How is the raw data processed?

Duplicates from multiple sources are matched and reconciled as far as possible. Listings with obvious errors, where price or number or bedrooms appear out of range, are discarded.

What are the statistics used?

The average shown is the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Room let listings on SpareRoom, the UK's biggest room letting website.

How often is the data updated?

The data is updated in near real-time.

What time period does the data cover?

This is a real-time market snapshot - the data covers currently listed properties. Once properties are removed from SpareRoom, they are soon removed from this tab.

How is the raw data processed?

Listings with obvious errors, where price or number or bedrooms appear out of range, are discarded.

What are the statistics used?

The average shown is the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property listings seen on rightmove.co.uk, zoopla.co.uk and onthemarket.com.

How often is the data updated?

The data is updated in near real-time.

What time period does the data cover?

This is a real-time market snapshot - the data covers currently listed properties. Once properties are removed from the portal, they are soon removed from this tab.

How is the raw data processed?

Duplicates from multiple sources are matched and reconciled as far as possible. Listings with obvious errors, where price or number or bedrooms appear out of range, are discarded. Yields are calculated by comparing only properties with the same number of bedrooms, e.g. 3-bedroom properties for rent with 3-bedroom properties for sale.

What is the yield calculation used?

The calculation used is (average_weekly_asking_rent * 52 / average_asking_price), expressed as a percentage. It is a top-line gross yield, meaning no expenses are considered.

What are the statistics used?

The average shown is the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property listings seen on rightmove.co.uk, zoopla.co.uk and onthemarket.com.

How often is the data updated?

The data is updated in near real-time.

What time period does the data cover?

This is a real-time market snapshot - the data covers currently listed properties. Once properties are removed from Zoopla, Rightmove or Spareroom, they are soon removed from this tab.

How is the raw data processed?

Duplicates from multiple sources are matched and reconciled as far as possible. Yields are calculated by comparing only properties with the same number of bedrooms, e.g. 3-bedroom properties for rent with 3-bedroom properties for sale. For the SpareRoom data, hypothetical properties consisting of two to six average double rooms with shared bathrooms are used to derived average rent. For all sources, listings with obvious errors, where price or number or bedrooms appear out of range, are discarded.

What is the yield calculation used?

The calculation used is (average_weekly_asking_rent * 52 / average_asking_price), expressed as a percentage. It is a top-line gross yield, meaning no expenses are considered.

What are the statistics used?

The average shown is the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property "price paid" data provided by the Land Registry.

How often is the data updated?

Once per month when released by the Land Registry, typically towards the end of each calendar month covering up to the end of the previous calendar month.

Zoopla Zed-index

What time period does the data cover?

The data covers transactions in the last six years

How is the raw data processed?

No additional processes are applied to this data.

What are the statistics used?

The average shown is the interquartile mean, a type of average that is insensitive to outliers while being its own distinct parameter. The 80% range means that 80% of the listed properties fall inside this range.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property listings seen on rightmove.co.uk, zoopla.co.uk and onthemarket.com.

How often is the data updated?

The listings data is updated in near real-time. The Land Registry data is updated once per month when released, typically towards the end of each calendar month covering up to the end of the previous calendar month.

What time period does the data cover?

The price paid data shown goes back to January 2015. The listings data is a real-time market snapshot - the data covers currently listed properties. Once properties are removed from the portal, they are soon removed from this tab.

How is the raw data processed?

Duplicates from multiple sources are matched and reconciled as far as possible. Listings with obvious errors, where price or number or bedrooms appear out of range, are discarded.

What are the calculations used?

Average sales per month are for the last 3 finalised months. Turnover is average sales per month divided by total for sale. Inventory is 100 divided by turnover.

Where does the raw data come from?

Property listings seen on rightmove.co.uk, zoopla.co.uk and onthemarket.com.

How often is the data updated?

The listings data is updated in near real-time. The Land Registry data is updated once per month when released, typically towards the end of each calendar month covering up to the end of the previous calendar month.

What time period does the data cover?

This is a real-time market snapshot - the data covers currently listed properties. Once properties are removed from the portal, they are soon removed from this tab.

How is the raw data processed?

Duplicates from multiple sources are matched and reconciled as far as possible. Listings with obvious errors, where price or number or bedrooms appear out of range, are discarded.

Where does the raw data come from?

We receive data on the extent and corporate ownership of all land titles in England & Wales from the Land Registry.

How often is the data updated?

The data is updated once per month when released, typically in the first few days of each calendar month.

What time period does the data cover?

This is an ownership snapshot - the data represents ownership as recorded by the Land Registry at the last monthly export.

How is the raw data processed?

No additional processes are applied to this data.

Where does the raw data come from?

We source different expert forecasts Savills, Knight Frank, OBR

How often is the data updated?

The data is updated annually when new forecasts are released, typically towards the beginning of the year.

How is the raw data processed?

We calculate a consensus forecast using a simple mean average.