What’s on your doorstep?
Future Climate Info launch amenities report with Property Detective
Future Climate Info (FCI) are proud to be partnering with Property Detective to bring to the market an exciting new amenities report that is designed to help the homebuyer to gain a greater insight into a specific neighbourhood.
All that is needed is the house name or number and postcode of the property and all the hard work is done! So, your client can say goodbye to hours of researching. From local amenities, crime statistics, potential nuisances to travel services and Ofsted school ratings, an array of useful information is wrapped up in one handy report.
In keeping with true FCI style, the report is clear, concise and cleverly put together, detailing the top-rated amenities within a 10-mile radius of the address. ‘What’s On My Doorstep?’ contains data provided by Property Detective so it’s full of the trusted sources you can rely on.
Commenting on the new partnership, Barry Bridges, Managing Director of Property Detective said: “We’re delighted to be working with FCI to bring the power of Property Detective’s insight into the conveyancing and search market. Consumers have long had the benefit of our market-leading reports; now it’s the turn of conveyancers who want to demonstrate superior local area knowledge and a commitment to transparency.”
Designed to take away some of the stress associated with moving home and to help homebuyers make a well-informed decision, the new amenities report by Future Climate Info and Property Detective is generated within minutes and is available priced at just £9.99 excluding VAT, or £5.99 excluding VAT when purchased with FCI Premium.
For more information or to request a sample report, please contact the Future Climate Info team on 01279 798 111, visit www.futureclimateinfo.com or email [email protected]
This article was submitted to be published by Future Climate Info as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.