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  • Buy-to-Let

    Rightmove / Zoopla research plugins

    I see the plugin propertybee is no longer there.

    Are there any other plugins or tools that can help track the data found on rightmove/zoople like propertybee used to do?

    Also, are there any tools out there that can work out the yields based on the data on the portals? For example, given a postcode, the tool can look for all "for sale" properties within 0.5 mile and all "for rent" properties in same area and tell me what the yield is for that postcode?

    Any other options to automate the calculation of the yields? It's very tedious to do this manually if you have quite a few postcodes.
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    It seems to still be working for me, and https://www.property-bee.com/ looks like it is alive.
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    Working for me too. May be worth uninstalling & reinstalling to see if that fixes it for you.
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    Thank you both. I managed to get it working again.

    Does anyone know about any other plugins/tools that can perhaps help with the calculation of yields based on the data available in rightmove?
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    The problem is that working out the yield based on average rent/price for an area is not that useful. However I do wish that property bees had the LHA rates built in.
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    Somewhere on the Land Registry site it's possible to download all the published sold price data in massive spreadsheet files. You could use those as a base for a more refined estimate of very local prices.

    Rents are more problematic, but maybe you could take the rightmove/zoopla asking rents and shove them in the spreadsheet with the sold prices.[/align]
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