We aim to provide as much useful information as possible to help consumers in their decision making process when choosing a home
(PRWEB) October 31, 2006
The new guide launched by successful London property search engine Zoomf.com provides users with listing prices of London property to buy and homes to let using the local property search tools. The summaries are based on the listing prices within the Zoomf.com index, which reflect the asking prices of the available homes.
The pricing guidelines enable users to view a summary of the asking price for houses and flats within locations of interest, which are further broken down by home type and number of bedrooms, where users can then compare the prices to the average price for the whole of London or just the average house price of neighbouring areas. House-hunters are then able to click straight through to the relevant listings of the available properties for sale and to let.
"We aim to provide as much useful information as possible to help consumers in their decision making process when choosing a home", says Ivailo Jordanov, Product Director at Zoomf.com. "Our users have been asking for this functionality as it gives them a good snapshot of the market and it allows them to compare prices of nearby areas at a glance".
The pricing guides additionally provide rental yield percentage indicators by area and home type. These are accessible from the property listings pages for each area or from the main search interface. For example one can view the price guides for homes for sale in Brixton or homes to rent in Clapham.
PR Contact: Ivailo Jordanov
Tel: 020 7247 6723
Zoomf.com is a property search engine currently covering London, which has been operating in beta since June 2006. Zoomf.com indexes property listings from a number of estate agents and is currently rapidly expanding to include additional property listings within the index.