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What do green values mean?

A property has it's valuation in green, why?

Asked on Jul 29 2010, Using Zoopla in Doncaster | Report content

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  • The estimates are usually shown in Zoopla purple. I don't think any numbers on the site are displayed in a green font, so maybe you found a bug or had some kind of browser error? Can you post a link to the page with the green valuation? The example here has its estimate in purple. The only green element I see is the up arrow icon by the annual change.

    Web reference: http://www.zoopla.co.uk/property/4-bream-close/larkfield/...

    Answered on Jul 29 2010, Report content
  • Where you see a green valuation, the property owner has has put in a TemptMe price. This is a tentative price and any potential buyers would register an interest via a Zoopla estate agent (click on the property for further details). This means that the property is not on he market but the owner might consider selling.

    Answered on Jul 30 2010, Report content

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