House prices are recorded each time a property is sold, meaning you should be able to check the historic sales prices for any properties which have sold from 1995 to present.
Sales before this time aren’t available so you would need to contact HM Land Registry directly if you need to access this information.
If a transaction is missing from our results, it’s usually because:
Please contact us if you are having problems finding the information you require, including the postcode and first line of address to help us resolve your query quickly.
Enter your postcode to view a list of properties in your street.
Using data from HM Land Registry, you can see any sales that have been recorded and how much was paid for the property.
When a property is sold, the transaction (along with the sale price) is recorded in the HM Land Registry price paid dataset.
This data is updated monthly, however there can sometimes be delays which mean that a recent sale still won’t appear in the database. Under some circumstances, it can take a couple of months before you’ll be able to see how much a house sold for.
If your house hasn’t been sold since 1995, it won’t appear on our search results if you are trying to check house values.
If you are looking to get an estimate of your properties value, you could check similar neighbouring properties to find out how much they have sold for.
Using information from previous sale prices and the house price index, we’ll aim to provide an estimate of what your house is worth now.
It’s important to be aware that there are a number of reasons which could cause the estimate to be inaccurate, for example, if it has previously sold significantly below market value or has had major renovations in the time since the last sale.
Enter your postcode to view a list of properties in your area. Select a property to get an instant estimate of it’s current value, along with any previous sales dating back to 1995.
You can check this information for free with no need to make a payment or create an account.