18:21 PM, 20th August 2013, About 9 years ago 22
As a relative newcomer to buy to let investment, but a seasoned hand at web development, I decided to build a website that would help me find the highest yielding areas of the UK. The result of this is http://www.dontbettolet.com.
By leveraging Zoopla’s property data, the site compares the average rent versus asking prices in a given area. Obviously where no properties are available to rent or buy, there is no data.
You can search by postcode, view the Top10 areas, and also view a breakdown of London yields.
I will be adding further filters in the coming months.
Hope it’s of use, and any feedback gladly received.
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