A Zoopla house price estimate offers an insight into what your home could be worth and it's designed to help guide you in making your next best move. 

Estimates are generated from our Automated Valuation Model (AVM) which is powered by Hometrack, who are the UK's biggest automated valuer of residential property. This model gives an accurate picture of property prices with increased coverage of homes across the UK.

Why does my property not have an estimate?

We rely on a number of different data sources to provide the house price estimate, not just sold price data.

We aim to be as informative as possible and if we have sufficient information to create an estimate for a property, an estimated price range will automatically be generated, along with a confidence level.

When we don't have sufficient or enough reliable data on your property, on similar properties in the area, or do not currently have sight of the address, we cannot provide a house price estimate.

This can, however, change over time as confidence increases in the data received for this area/home.

As soon as we have enough data on your home, we will generate a Zoopla estimate for it.
For more information on Where the Zoopla Estimate data comes from, click here.

We are continually developing and evolving our industry-leading insights to improve our coverage of UK properties.

Our AVM receives data regularly, resulting in significant accuracy improvements and increased coverage of UK properties.

Our mission is to be able to provide data on all homes in the UK. That’s over 30 million properties right now. Therefore, our calculations are solely based on impartial data from third party, public organisations.


Unfortunately, new data cannot be manually fed into the AVM, not by users, nor by ourselves. Therefore, we're unable to manually add or amend estimated price ranges

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