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  • Sold House price website

    Anyone know a good sold house price website where you can compare the mean average sold prices of streets over a number of years?

    Thanks

  • #2
    Quite a simple one to use is aboutmyplace.co.uk but most of the portals like rightmove, net houseprice etc have a sold price facility. Zoopla is also ok.

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    • #3
      websites like upmystreet.com and ourproperty.co.uk, once you register, hold the actual sales figures, taken from land registry, of properties within their postcode over the last number of years.

      It usually updates each month also to include all the new transactions.
      Worldwide Financial Planning is a specialist independent provider of Large mortgages.

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      • #4
        upmystreet is a really good site, thanks for that link
        Why not check out my property investing blog or get advice from some property investment experts?

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        • #5
          I also use hometrack dot co dot uk

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          • #6
            mouseprices reports on prices from the land registry. its a good resource

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            • #7
              zoopla.co.uk is a good resource. It lists selling prices of houses in an entire street, estimates current values (presumably using some kind of formula) and enables you to obtain an estimate of the value of the property you are interested in.

              The estimated prices can be miles apart from the asking prices which leads one to wonder whether asking prices are still unrealistically high or the estimated values are unrealistically low. Perhaps a combination of both?

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              • #8
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                rightmove is a good one you can trust.
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                • #9
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                  The land registery provides information on sold house prices in the uk

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                  • #10
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                    I quite like houseprices (the dot co do uk one) and also Rightmove is probably the best tool.
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                    • #11
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                      Sure you'v realised, but some sites quote the selling offer price while some quote the sold price from the land registry, which can be 6 months behind.

                      Stupower

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                      • #12
                        Re: Sold House price website

                        The best one I have come across is MOUSEPRICE
                        You will need to register but you will then get updates of sold prices in your area and much other useful information.

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                        • #13
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                          An interesting one is PropertySnake.com. It shows the latest properties listed on the internet in order of the largest reductions in offering price. Of course these homes should be given a wide berth if any of them look too good to be true, but the site's quite fun nonetheless.
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                          • #14
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                            Have been using nethouseprice for many years now
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                            • #15
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                              rightmove everytime and the land registry... but some info on specific houses incurs a fee, worth it at 4 quid if its a house you are buying

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