We want to give you the most accurate house price estimates possible, and we’re always looking for new ways to improve.
The Zoopla estimates are our opinion of the market values of homes and are based on a large number of data points relating to property sales, value trends and home characteristics through the UK, including publicly available data such as that from HM Land Registry and Registers of Scotland.
Estimates are generated from our Automated Valuation Model (AVM), powered by Hometrack. As well as providing an estimate, the AVM produces a confidence score that describes the accuracy of the price estimate. The accuracy is influenced by a range of factors, such as:
- The type, age, and size of your property
- How many properties in your local area have been recently sold
- If we can identify the exact location of the property
- The number of similar homes in the area
- The state of the housing market as a whole
The more up to date information we have about a property, the more accurate our estimate will be.
We now offer more coverage and are statistically more accurate, but our calculations are estimates only.
- New data cannot be manually fed into the AVM, not by users, nor by ourselves. Therefore, we're unable to manually add estimated price ranges
- Our estimates are not formal valuations. We advise you contact an estate agent or surveyor for a more accurate valuation, as they can conduct a visit. Contact a local agent here
Did you know...
You can track properties which helps you easily find our Zoopla estimate (where we have one for a property) to see what a home is worth, and view a Property timeline to look at it's history including historical sale and listing events, as well as keep up to date with homes you are interested in. Tracked properties can be accessed from within My Zoopla, in the Tracked properties tab
For more information on How do I track a property, click here