How do I find out what a house sold for UK?
Any official sold figures will come from HM Land Registry, so if you’re looking for information about one specific property the Land Registry website is a great place to start. If you’re looking for a general overview of sold prices in a wider area, you might find websites such as Rightmove or Zoopla useful.
How do I find out how old my house is UK?
An easy way to find out the age of your house is to check the HM Land Registry records. The HM Land Registry have historical ownership records called Title Registers (Deeds). You can check the age of the property by seeing when the transfer was originally made from the property developer to the first owner.
How do I check my Rightmove property history?
By using the Property Log Google Chrome Extension you’re able to see a list of historic price changes for properties listed on the Rightmove website. Thousands of properties are reduced in price every single day on Rightmove, we track these changes so other users can see the historical prices.
Why would a house sale not appear on the Land Registry?
There are a number of reasons that transactions are excluded from the dataset; sale of part or a share of a property. sale of right-to-buy properties. transfers following divorce or by way of gift or exchange.
What is the best website to look for houses UK?
The top property websites in the UK
- Prime Location.
Which is the best property website UK?
Top 14 Property Websites in the UK (for 2020)
- Prime Location.
- Smart New Homes.
Where can I find the history of my house?
This might be a local studies centre or a local county archive, where you may find local maps, title deeds, electoral registers and family and estate papers, all of which can be useful when tracing the history of a house. Search by place on our Find an archive page to find contact details for local archives.
How to look for records of…houses?
Search by address on the census to find out who was living there. Where an address search is not available, browse the census street indexes on Your Archives (now only available in our web archive) to find the relevant document reference and search the relevant census website with that reference.
When was the last census of a house?
Our own online records can help you to establish who the occupants of a house were on a specific date in a census year or on 29 September 1939 but will reveal little else about the history of a house. The 1939 Register was taken on 29 September 1939.
How to search local archives in the UK?
Search local archives The record office holds archives about the history and heritage of the area. You can explore the archives for research like family history, house history and local studies. Postcode lookup Enter a postcode For example SW1A 2AA Find Find a postcode on Royal Mail’s postcode finder What you need to know