As always, caution with the latest month which is always half-complete. We are careful to update the last 12 months data to capture any revisions, additions or deletions, for which the latest few months invariably have in abundance.
Every few months, there are a few thousand new postcodes and some that are deleted too. So it’s important to stay updated and current. We have just added 4,900 new ones since the last update at the end of last … Continue reading
So we have been querying the Land Registry price paid data using our – where can I afford to live? – app and here is a listing going on sales price of where the cheapest postcode districts have been in … Continue reading
So I’m quite excited to tell you about some improvements we have made to the free to use app – where can I afford to live? – which is here. You can now specify not only the area type (e.g. … Continue reading
We actually had this done last week and just before that in the case of property. So going forward just check out the pages first before checking in on our blog.
As always, property transactions take a little while to filter through on the Land Registry, so we expect the number of listed transactions at 30,867 for September to double. As a rule, we refresh every month since the beginning of … Continue reading
So if the government decides on Heathrow, people living there will be wondering how much their properties are worth, given that the payout is 25% plus market value, assuming of course, it all goes ahead. Using historic Land Registry prices, updated … Continue reading
This is my latest article for the excellent Planning in London magazine. The number crunching of millions of property prices paid matched geospatially was only possible through this platform www.ukcrimestats.com which you can subscribe to at any time from just £2.99 … Continue reading