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When a property states "no public data" what is the reason for this when you know that the particular property is sold?

Asked on Oct 4 2011, House Prices in Cambridge | Report content

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  • In the majority of cases it just takes a few months for the data to become available. There are a few cases where the data is permanently withheld and I can only guess that there is a specific legal reason for that data to be withheld.

    Answered on Nov 13 2011, Report content
  • I know that prices of all houses sold at auction don't show up on the land registry database. Have a look at the URL to see other reasons for a selling price not being quoted.

    Web reference:

    Answered on Jan 16 2014, Report content
  • Thanks for posting that link Jim- it's really interesting to see a full list of the reasons why a property transaction doesn't show up on the land registry. :-)

    Answered on Jan 16 2014, Report content

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