A Zoopla house price estimate is our calculation of what a property could be worth. It’s designed to help sellers decide the asking price, and buyers decide what they could offer.

It’s based on a large number of data points relating to property sales through the UK (region, property type, value trends, home characteristics, and asking prices of similar properties in your local area). It also includes publicly available data such as that from HM Land Registry and Registers of Scotland

Ultimately, a Zoopla house price estimate is yours to use however you choose. 
For more information on where the Zoopla estimate data comes from, click here

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To check your house price estimate via My Home:

  1. Visit www.zoopla.co.uk
  2. Click My Home on the main navigation bar
  3. Type your full postcode and click Search
  4. From the dropdown menu, click on your Address
  5. Click Yes, that's my home
    1. If you aren't signed in, enter your login credentials and click Sign in
  6. The Property Details Page displays, and the property will start being tracked with the assumption your relationship is the Homeowner

As the Homeowner, you can get a unique view of your property and an in-depth view of your local market. You're able to:

  • View our Zoopla estimate and an Estimate range
  • View a local area map
  • See how your estimate's changed over the past two years, and also view our Rental estimate
  • Explore what's on the market near you, including Similar properties for sale, Properties sold nearby and Local Amenities
  • Check how your area's performing and see how it compares to the rest of the region, such as the average house prices and the time to agree a sale
  • Book an in-person valuation from a local agent

You can also view details and estimates surrounding anyone else's home in the United Kingdom.
For more information on How do I view details about a property, click here

 Note

You must be signed in to your My Zoopla account to view our Zoopla estimate, as well as content such as the floorplan, photos, and the archived listing

What the estimate isn't, however, is the same as a formal house valuation from an estate agent or surveyor. They're able to provide a more accurate valuation, as they can conduct a visit and take into account more property information, including features, exact location and market conditions. Contact a local agent here

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