An overview on Rightmove property listings in the UK

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In the UK, Rightmove is the most popular listing portal and it is used by a variety of professionals and casual users who all have an interest in property.

Renters look to find a new place to live and landlords look to the platform to find new investment opportunities and sell the properties they currently own.

We have a list below of the number of the areas in the UK that have great Rightmove data so you can visit each one and decide which area looks most appealing.

How to use Rightmove to buy a property in the UK

When browsing properties on Rightmove for buying in the UK, several key data points should be considered. 

Firstly, location plays a vital role, considering factors like proximity to amenities, transportation, schools, and future growth potential but these factors are often subjective and depending on the circumstances of the individual.

So, if you are buying this property to rent out to tenants. Consider what will appeal to a lot of people as a favourable house to live in will drive the house price up over time. 

Price is another crucial factor, and using the price filter on Rightmove helps identify properties within your budget. 

A rightmove property with data in the UK

What are the most useful data points to buy a property on Rightmove?

Buying a property is usually best when you have a plan to make a return on investment on it in the future if you’re buying for an investment. Otherwise, there are other reasons to buy a property like if you were finding a house to live in. If this is the case, you may want to look at additional data too or consider some data points as more important than others based on your personal preference. Some data points relevant include the number of sales per month in the area. This could infer that a lot of people are moving out of the area if the population is also declining. On the other hand it could mean there are a lot of profits to be made in the area because people are selling and locking in their capital gains. Other relevant data points that relate more to the satisfaction of those living in a property include the crime rate in the area, the amount of green space that is in the area and also the overall feeling you get. 

How to use Rightmove to rent a property in the UK

When browsing Rightmove here, you will find the first place to start is simply typing in your location on the homepage. Search by city or postcode and there will be options given. Beware of the properties that are being advertised though as these may appear at the top of the Rightmove feed but not necessarily be the most relevant for what you are searching for. Once you find one you are interested in, browse through the search results and click on listings to view detailed information and also, refine the search results you’re given.

How should you begin renting a property from landlords?

You can also use an estate agent to help make your search easier, Contact one directly from Rightmove or, contact our recommended letting agents, Cozee who are able to help you find somewhere to stay. They also use the lofti software so your experience as a tenant will be effortless, as their lettings and management process keeps the stress off of your shoulders. Finally, communicate with a property solicitor if necessary and make sure you have all the required documentation from the landlord before you sign any agreements.
A property that is rented after being found on a Rightmove listing

What areas of the UK have great Rightmove data?

Below, lofti have produced a list of cities that have the right data from Rightmove and other listing portals in order to gain a deep understanding of the area.

This is a useful tool in order to find the cities you are most interested in based on the County of the UK you are most interested in as you buy, sell or look to rent a property.

Greater London

 

East Midlands

East of England

North East

North West

Scotland

South East

South West

Wales

West Midlands

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Donnell Bailey

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Donnell is a property expert focusing on the property market, he looks at a combination of legislation, information from property managers, letting agents and market trends to produce information to help landlords.

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