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Where does Zoopla get the sold price? Is the sold price true?

I noticed the property of 11 Harold Street, Cardiff sold in July 2008 at £103,000. The record in other websites of the same purchase is £125,000 however. I am not sure which one is genuine. Where does Zoopla get the price, from vendor, buyer, estate agent or land registry? Thank you very much Wenjian

Asked on Apr 12 2010, House Prices in Cardiff | Report content

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  • This is what Zoopla say... Data on sold house prices, such as the results above for Harold Street Cardiff CF24, is supplied to us via monthly updates from the Land Registry for England and Wales and from the Registers of Scotland for Scotland. There may be a delay of up to 3 months from when a property is actually sold to when it becomes officially recorded with Land Registry and/or Registers of Scotland. We provide data on house prices for information only, on an 'as is' basis as supplied to us and accept no liability for any errors or omissions. If you have identified any incorrect information in, please Report an error. I would suggest you report it as an error.

    Answered on Apr 13 2010, Report content
  • Generally the prices are not 'far off the mark' however be careful as a house that sold recently that may have been sold for a low price and subsequently renovated by the current owners, may still have an unrealistically low price which does not reflect the money and time that has been spent on it.

    Answered on Nov 16 2010, Report content

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