Refine valuation

Our automated property valuations use a combination of historical sale data and recent sales to calculate what a property is worth today.

Why can automated valuations get it wrong?

Automated property valuations become less accurate when home improvements have been made that we don't know about. Any home improvements we haven't been told about will not be factored into the property's price - so this can lead to the property being undervalued.

How to get a new valuation

Tell us about any home improvements that have been made to the property.

Using this additional information, we will recalculate what the property is worth in today's market.

The more information we know about the property, the more accurately we're able to calculate what it will sell for.

How does it work?

  • Find out what improvements have been made to the property since it was last sold.
  • Adjust the sliders to tell us about the home improvements.
  • If the property has had major refurbishment - click the 'Major renovations' tab. Here you can tell us about any building work, like an extension (as well as garden improvements).
  • Click "Calculate valuation" - this will then re-calculate the valuation taking account of the extra information you've told us.

Internal property condition

Windows and doors

Building works and external improvements

Single storey extension
One bedroom extension
Two bedroom extension
New outbuilding
Garden improvements
Flat B
107 Harbut Road
Greater London
SW11 2RD
Valuation without modernisation

Thinking of selling but still not sure what asking price to set?

We've teamed up with Yopa to get you a free property valuation by one of their local expert agents. They'll be able to independently evaluate the condition of your property and how it compares against what is on the market at the moment.

Valuations are free and you are under no obligation to use their services.

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Building your own valuation report based on other properties that have sold recently

Our automated property valuations work using the property's sale history along with recent sale data in the same road and surrounding area to work out how the price has changed over time.

Sometimes though, automated property valuations don't generate prices that are in line with current market conditions.

For example, if a property has previously been sold for less than its market value at that time (i.e. a distressed sale), this can lead to its current valuation being lower than it is really worth. An example of this is when a bank forces a sale through when a person is unable to pay their mortgage.

Another potential reason why a valuation may not meet our expectations is if the sale was incorrectly recorded with HM Land Registry.

Incorrectly recorded sale information can be corrected by going to HM Land Registry (click here) - they have a simple form that lets you tell them about the error. After they approve the change, they will then notify us of the update and we will then pubish the corrected data.

If you think that the above valuation is still not representative of this property's price, we also have an alternative way to generate a property valuation. This takes the latest local sales data to generate the most accurate property valuation possible based on up to five similar properties nearby that you can choose.

Example home improvements

If the bathroom has recently been replaced, it will have improved the house so we'd expect it to sell for more money.

We'd expect a high end bathroom to have a high quality shower (and/or bath), underfloor heating, extractor fan's and a towel rail, as well as toothbrush charging sockets.

Typically, higher end bathrooms also tend to have tiled floors rather than cheaper lino flooring.

The more detail you give us about the property and the home improvements have been made, the more accurately we can tell you what it is worth.