What are ZoomLocal Reports?
The homebuying process is often regarded as one of the most significant investments a person will ever make. With so much to consider, it is sometimes easy to forget the multitude of risks associated with relocating to a new neighborhood. If you end up moving to a new area before taking the time to research what it is like to live there, you may end up regretting it for years to come.
But collating this kind of data is a massive task, and it can take many hours of work to ensure all the relevant information has been covered. Not even a conveyancer’s search will include material on the local neighborhood and those that live there. That’s why we’ve partnered up with the ZoomLocal team. Their comprehensive neighborhood reports are designed to eradicate some of the major risks that are often associated with moving to a new area.
By collating information from over 80 sources, these expansive 50+ page reports will tell you EVERYTHING there is to know about your new neighborhood for only £8.00! That’s over 50% less than the standard RRP.
What’s inside a ZoomLocal Report?
These documents are filled to the brim with invaluable insights into the local area.
Helping you to make a confident, thorough and informed decision on your move.
These insights, include information on:
- Demographics (Neighbours, social grades, employment, etc.)
- Local Politics (Political party, election turnout, local MP, etc.)
- Housing (Average house prices, council tax bill, average fuel bill, etc.)
- Crime (Crime rates, anti-social behavior, local police force, etc.)
- Health (Local doctor’s surgery, dentist, pharmacy, hospital, etc.)
- Schools (Local primary and secondary schools, Ofsted ratings, etc.)
- Environment (processing plants, power stations, noise pollution, etc.)
- Transport (Nearest train station, bus stops, local petrol station, etc.)
- Leisure and tourism (Local pubs, cinema, leisure centers, libraries, etc.)
- Local amenities (Supermarkets, banks, cash machine, post box, etc.)
- Regional climate
Where does this data come from?
This data is all drawn from a wide range of official sources.
Gathered over the course of ZoomLocal’s 13-year development, these organisations include:
- 2011 Census Data
- Office of National Statistics
- Department for Education
- Department for Transport
- Local Authorities
- National Public Transport Access Node
- Postcode Area (postcodearea.co.uk)
- Traffic Update (traffic-update.co.uk)
- Visitr (visitr.co.uk)
Please note that we have introduced a fee for Zoom Local Reports for all surveys ordered after 31 July 2019.