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Which online search sites do you use to search for property when buying?

(12 Posts)
MildlyMonica Sun 28-Oct-12 20:33:06

Our prospective agent isn't with whom I think are the main players but maybe that's just my opinion. Thought I'd get the wisdom of mn!

NotAnotherNewNappy Sun 28-Oct-12 20:57:24

Rightmove...

CuddyMum Sun 28-Oct-12 20:57:54

Only Rightmove.

ecuse Mon 29-Oct-12 16:48:32

Only rightmove

MandaHugNKiss Mon 29-Oct-12 17:00:03

I checked Rightmove obsessively when we were looking. Occasionally took a look at zoopla or something.

fussychica Mon 29-Oct-12 17:56:41

Rightmove - only one agent in our town doesn't use them. Our agents in Spain are on the International section. I use it all the time as am obsessed by property grin

Greenwing Tue 30-Oct-12 19:50:28

I did loads of research and as the others have already said, Rightmove is the biggest and best.
I also use Zoopla to check sold prices in that area/street and to find out how long a property has been listed, but they have fewer properties on their site, so use Rightmove for the actual searching.

MrsjREwing Tue 30-Oct-12 19:53:28

findapropery, zoopla and rightmove.

MrsBucketxx Tue 30-Oct-12 20:03:25

primelocation seems to have nicer houses, although i use the right move app, i love the street biew option often gives a more genuine image of the property.

MildlyMonica Wed 31-Oct-12 15:26:20

So i guess you'd be cautious about using an agent that wasn't with rightmove then!

CuddyMum Wed 31-Oct-12 15:37:31

I think I would be very cautious.

MandaHugNKiss Wed 31-Oct-12 16:06:28

I think I would be cautious unless the property you're looking to sell is something extraordinary. If it's a ten million pound mansion, I don't suppose prospective buyers would be looking on Rightmove wink

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