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House price history no longer visible

Hello, I live in a property that has previously sold for a higher price but was devalued due to condition when I bought it. We have since renovated the property but the only history visible is what we paid for it. Is it possible to have this information added back so potential buyers can see what it is worth? Cheers

Asked on Sep 1 2018, House Prices in North West England | Report content

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  • Hi, yes you can give information which might change the "Zoopla estimate". First find your property, start with the "House Prices" tab and enter your postcode, then scroll down the list of houses until you find yours; click on your own house to see the details page. You'll see the "Zoopla estimate" and near it a link saying "Refine my estimate". Click this and it takes you to a set of forms to fill in - you can tick the number of bedrooms and so on. Click the Continue button, and you can fill in lots of info about different renovations, how much you paid for them and when they were carried out. All this goes into the Zoopla magic algorithm, and the estimate of the house price value is re-calculated. If you don't like the re-calculated price, there's a link to give them feedback on the new estimate. Best wishes with your renovations.

    Answered on Sep 3 2018, Report content
  • Hello, Unfortunately not, the value based on the renovation you've done will only appear in the public domain if you were to sell it. You may be able to get a surveyor's report but this figure will not appear in the Land Registry's official data. Thanks, Ruban

    Answered on Sep 3 2018, Report content

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