WhatHouse? introduces interactive property prices map for London’s Tube network
Here at WhatHouse?, we understand how important it is to know about the area around where you’re hoping to live, so we have created an interactive property Tube map of London, an original and innovative piece of content. The data used is taken from the Land Registry to ensure it is reliable and up-to-date, and this information will be updated regularly to reflect actual sold prices.
The map allows users to view the average sold prices of homes around each Tube stop, with the option for users to filter by new builds or all properties. The sold property prices shown are within a 1km radius of each Tube station.
Another customisable aspect with the interactive property prices Tube map is the dates. The date range is extensive, with sold prices going back as far as 1995, offering a really interesting way to see how the value of an area has increased.
The map is both desktop- and mobile-friendly, so it can be checked it whenever and wherever needed.
Keith Osborne, editor of whathouse.com, says: “Property prices are an ongoing fascination for many of us, and particularly with savvy homebuyers in a market as strong as the one in London.
“With our long heritage in promoting the benefits of buying a new build home, WhatHouse? is proud to introduce our unique analysis of the Land Registry’s property price records covering the capital’s Tube network.
“As it updates every month, we’re sure this property map will be a regular talking point and an essential tool for house-hunters in London and the South East, as well as our property industry colleagues.”
To use the interactive map on your website, the embed code can be found on http://contenthub.whathouse.com/underground-property-map/