The Property Details Page as outlined here, is accessed from the House prices section. Every one of the UK’s 30 million homes has a Property Details Page and it has been designed to ensure you can view the most valuable information about a property, quickly and easily.
This article includes:
On a Property Details Page and the House Prices search results page, the property attributes indicate the:
- Number of beds, bathrooms and reception areas in a home
- Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) letter rating
- Property type, and
Property attribute data comes from a variety of sources including:
- HM Land Registry
- Registers of Scotland
- Live For sale and To rent property listings on Zoopla
- The Government’s EPC dataset via Hometrack, and
- RICS certified surveyors data (subject to the availability)
If your home is currently listed on Zoopla (For sale or To rent by a marketing agent), you can expect to see your property attributes (and estimate details) updated in a few months time, when we receive our new data.
- Where does this data come from?
This data is provided by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities.
- How can I suppress my EPC rating?
This service is provided by the Government - more information is available here.
- How up to date is this data?
This data tends to be updated 2-4 times a year - more information can be found here.
- How can I update my EPC rating if I have recently made renovations to my property?
You can get in touch with an assessor via the Gov.uk site dedicated to energy certificates.
In relation to property attributes, unfortunately neither we nor yourselves have the ability to edit or remove them.
If you believe there is an inconsistency in the current estimate for your home, there are individual cases where we can suppress your current estimate from displaying on our live website.
As our estimates are based on publicly available data, we don't tend to remove estimates on individual properties.
For more information on Can my estimate be suppressed, click here
If any sold price data we show appears to be incorrect, please let us know so we can look into this further. Should you wish to dispute the availability of sold price information in the public domain, we suggest that you contact HM Land Registry and Registers of Scotland directly. Unfortunately, we're unable to amend or delete this information ourselves from the database.
For more information on Zoopla sold prices, click here