What Is Your Property Worth?
When you’re moving into a new home, you may not consider that there are potential risks and dangers in and around the land on which the house stands. If there are potential health risks or costly problems that aren’t visible at the property, you will want to know about these before you proceed to with the purchase.
The location of a property directly affects its market price. Each location represents different values in variables such as accessibility, neighbourhood, traffic, socio-economic level and proximity to green areas, among others.
We bring the historical and latest Sold House Price Information to you, introducing as well all location explanatory information needs such as quality of urban planning, environmental surroundings and other locational aspects to help you make an informed decision about the price you wish to offer or sell.
Explore the historical and average current property value of homes across the UK in a clear and easy to visualise format.
Compare Sold Prices with Environmental Quality information to obtain an assessment on a vast array of potential issues.
Compare Sold Prices with neighborhood information from our Questionnaire such as accessibility, appearance, and amenities.
Provides value-added information that opens up new opportunities for generating income, and building new alliances with partners
How do we do it?
Collecting the Right Data
We are connected to get all up-to-date average house prices information recorded transactions available in HM Land Registry.
Making Data Ready for Use
Data collected and sent to a data server within a cloud system that processes the information and provides conclusions through our experts.
Sold Prices Heatmap
We map the data and make it easier to read, providing other related information that allow people to compare between prices and location, and take the correct decision.
Did You Know?
- The “Three Rules of Real Estate.” it’s location, location, location. This is a concept advocated by most real estate experts.
- Nearby attractions, scenic views, and schools are all factors that can drive up the value of a location. Crime rates, hazardous conditions, and nearby commercial or industrial properties can drive values down.