Bringing Average Asking Prices To a Website Near You
UK's second largest property website, FindaProperty.com, announces release of a free average
property price widget
(PRWeb UK) April 30, 2010 -- For house-hunters keeping up-to-date with the latest property prices in their
desired area is essential, but knowing how house prices have changed over the last few months in that area really
For renting tenants, determining the current rental price for the size and type of property they are looking for
forms the first step of the property search process. Knowing how much they should be paying for a property
imparts upon the tenant the confidence to barter down the monthly rental cost.
FindaProperty.com now makes this sought-after price information available to website owners in the form of a
widget. The FindaProperty.com House Price Widget is free of charge and displays asking price data for both flats
and houses in any UK town or county for either sales or rentals, and integrates simply into any website.
The FindaProperty.com House Price Widget displays asking price changes for the last 90 days in both graph and
tabular formats. The graph has been especially designed to be easy to read at a glance and features clickable data
points, so the user can find out precisely how much the average asking price of a flat or house in that area was on
a specific date.
Asking price data is drawn from the extensive database of over 620,000 properties. The widget takes a daily
snapshot of the prices at which properties are advertised on the website for the last 90 days and then plots them on
The widget data is based on the same raw data that FindaProperty.com uses to compile its acclaimed House Price
Index as well as our Rental Index. The widget adds value in that it allows localised property prices to be shown
for a chosen area. The indices, in contrast, provides a strategic view of properties across the country allowing
large areas (e.g. Scotland, London) of the country to be compared o