Your vendor’s property could be the perfect pring investor property…

This week a new property website launched. No, it’s not another Rightmove, and no, estate agents don’t pay to be on it – happy days! The new property investment website www.pring.co.uk offers investors and potential investors the largest collection of UK investment properties on one website with the ability to search for properties using unique features and bespoke search facilities such as an ‘investibility’ score and a HMO calculator for each property.

It also offers your vendors additional online coverage for their property, targeted at an additional potential buyer segment they may not have even considered.

Pring’s founder and CEO Stephen Moss explains in more detail,

‘Pring.co.uk is an invaluable tool for property investors of all sizes, containing comprehensive details of over 500,000 potential investment properties that are on the market, crucially displaying all the information a property investor will require when considering a property purchase. We offer investors the opportunity of investing in normal housing they may not have considered previously.’

cornish home for sale on pring.co.uk and eanetworking.co.uk

Cornish home for sale with City Sales Plymouth featured on pring.co.uk

‘A comprehensive range of vital financial information is available per property, including purchase price, rental value, mortgage cost, potential yield and return on investment to assist the investment decision process. All listed on one comprehensive and easy to use website.’

Stephen continues,

‘Pring.co.uk makes things extremely easy for property investors. The website has the ability to allow property investors to search on the criteria that is the most vital element to their property search, such as potential yield, ROI range, rental value, mortgage costs, and purchase price.’

‘Pring.co.uk takes data unique to each property and provides the investor an ‘investability’ score out of 5 stars. The investor can again search based on the ranked ‘investability’ score, and this is the very unique service.’

Bunglaow for sale on pring investment website and EAnetworking

Bungalow for sale with Cherry Tree Estates and on pring.co.uk

‘In addition, Pring.co.uk also offers investors an area search allowing them to display all the properties available in their preferred area. The site then helps investors make an informed decision offering returns, costs, rental values and much more information in this preferred area, rather than the investor having to research this themselves.’

One of the most unique features is that at the click of a button you can convert the property statistics to display the returns should the investor convert the property into a HMO, if it is appropriate to do so.  This feature will be developed to offer advice, help and local area info on every property across the UK.

The wait is now over. The many months of design, build and testing have resulted in a unique offering – the website is live and immediately assisting investors with their bespoke property searches.

Property investor Michael Elmer from London is already impressed with the benefits of using pring.co.uk,

‘What a fantastic idea, I spend hours online searching for investment properties then researching the investment statistics.  I love the idea of having these stats and investment properties emailed to me as they hit the market.  I am looking forward to growing my portfolio and taking advantage of this service.’

west kensington property for sale john wilcox &co pring investment website

West Kensington property for sale with John Wilcox & Co and on pring.co.uk

 

With the aim of becoming the leading portal within the property investor market www.pring.co.uk will also provide property investors the opportunity to receive details of off -market developments, discounted services and access to a dedicated investment specialist account manager.

pring.co.uk logo on EANetworking website                    So, are your vendors’ properties on pring?

 

 

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