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Are properties sold at auction recorded on Zoopla?

My mother in law has led her sons to believe that she sold the home they lived in but I can't see any record of it on the Zoopla website. How is this possible? I think it was repossessed. When properties sell at auction, are they recorded?

Asked on Aug 6 2014, Selling in London | Report content

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  • Zoopla picks up prices from the land registry which records all property sales. All property sales in the UK have to be legally registered with them. Depending on when the house or flat was sold, there maybe a short delay in Zoopla being able to display it on the site. You can check directly with the land registry ti make sure.

    Web reference: http://propertyfinderslondon.com

    Answered on Sep 4 2014, Report content
  • Repossessed houses are not shown

    Answered on Sep 7 2014, Report content
  • Properties that are sold at "market value" are reported at Land Registry which feeds into the Zoopla house price data. I've seen some properties sell at auction that are not reported in house prices data, but you can often see them on the auctioneers website, listed in the "past results" section. You can see links to the London property auctioneers websites here: https://www.auction-link.org.uk/london-property-auctions#list

    Web reference: www.auction-link.org.uk/london-property-auctions#list

    Answered on Jun 25 2017, Report content

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