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What is Land Registry data?

What is Land Registry data?

The Land Registry is a government department responsible for providing a reliable record of information about ownership and interests affecting land and property within England and Wales. Anyone buying or selling land or property, or taking out a mortgage, must apply to register. Consequently, the Land Register contains a database in excess of 24 million titles across England and Wales showing evidence of ownership, and covers more than 83% of the land mass.

The Land Registry have made this data publicly available through their website, allowing you to search for property prices and browse their reports about land and property sales in England and Wales.


Why do we use this data?

We find having access to this data extremely valuable when it comes to our knowledge of the Wirral property market. By routinely downloading and analysing the latest transaction data for properties across Wirral, our offices have access to accurate information about their local areas which help them to deliver a better service to clients.

One of the main reasons we collect Land Registry data is to pass on relevant information to the public about the Wirral property market. From market size to average prices, we aim to provide honest, unbiased insight from a reliable source to help you make the right decisions about your property.

Take a look at our latest Wirral market update to see how we provide Land Registry data in a manageable and bitesize format.

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