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Nosey neighbours - house prices in your neighbourhood

(23 Posts)
gingerbear Sat 29-Jan-05 22:31:00

Do you want to know the price at which a house has been sold within the last two years?
e.g. Any house in your road.
e.g. Any house near to one you hope to buy.
e.g. How much a friend, relative or neighbour paid for their house.

Until now you could get this information from the Land Registry for £2 per property. The following website you can view up to 500 prices for free.

nethouseprices

Carla Sat 29-Jan-05 22:36:06

Cor!! Can't wait - I'm off. Thanks, GB

PuffTheMagicDragon Sat 29-Jan-05 22:48:39

veeeery interesting!

Heathcliffscathy Sat 29-Jan-05 22:51:16

omigod gingerbear...you have changed our housebuying lives!!!!!!!!!!!!1

Caligula Sat 29-Jan-05 22:53:24

I am looking forward to a new career as an online curtain twitcher!

charliecat Sat 29-Jan-05 22:53:36

Is there any reason a house wouldnt show up there? I know someone brought a house know the postcode...the whole address in fact and nowts showing up?!

jamiesam Sat 29-Jan-05 22:53:40

Oh my god, I'm really never going to get off this computer now. Only other diversion has been local property papers.

soapbox Sat 29-Jan-05 22:57:27

Charliecat - mine isn;t showing up and I'm fairly sure that we've bought this house

I think there is some problem with missing data which they are hoping to get sorted out soon.

Now why I looked at our house in the first place I do not know!!

gingerbear Sat 29-Jan-05 22:57:59

charliecat, not sure - was it in the last two years? If it was before then or in 2005, then perhaps it is not on this site.

Got the tip from moneysavingexpert.com btw, a v good site.

charliecat Sat 29-Jan-05 22:58:30

Ah well at least im not imagining it...thank SB!

gingerbear Sat 29-Jan-05 23:00:57

must remember to bump this up for Hula tomorrow morning.

pixiefish Sat 29-Jan-05 23:04:05

think it can take up to 3 months for a property to show on these as it can take the land registry that long

ButtonMoon Sat 29-Jan-05 23:12:20

ABSOLUTELY GREAT!!

Gwenick Sat 29-Jan-05 23:12:24

ooo that's interesting thanks!

Gwenick Sat 29-Jan-05 23:12:48

PS - one property I checked was sold beginning of November - so think it could vary

pinkdiamond Sat 29-Jan-05 23:31:08

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dawnie1 Sat 29-Jan-05 23:36:01

Gingerbear - YOU ARE FANTASTIC (yes I'm shouting) - we are thinking about moving and we're going to put an offer in on a house that we love. I just checked it out and the identical one next door sold in October 04 for 48 GRAND cheaper than the price we were going to offer. They are both new houses so I cannot see how the price would vary that much.
ILOVEYOUILOVEYOUILOVEYOU!!!!!!!!

jampots Sun 30-Jan-05 00:00:27

Thank you Gingerbear - you have changed my life.

I will no longer be using Mumsnet to distract me as I have a new friend now

gingerbear Sun 30-Jan-05 17:50:30

Dawnie - wow!!!!!!!!!! I think I love you too (don't tell DH).

Hula have you seen this yet? Is it too late?

gingerbear Mon 31-Jan-05 10:24:18

bump

DaddyCool Mon 31-Jan-05 12:47:04

Wow, that's incredible. I checked my last sale and purchase to make sure the info was correct and it was. thanks for that!

jampots Mon 31-Jan-05 12:49:46

neither of my sisters houses are on the database [confused]

Gobbledigook Thu 03-Feb-05 11:10:07

Brill site! Except the one house I'm interested in doesn't come up even though houses just a few doors down that sold at the same time do.

At first I thought maybe when you sold you could choose not to make that info available but then again, my house purchase from 2000 is on there and noone asked me!!

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