Property Value in B17 9AD

Average value
Average size
781 sq ft
Cost per sq ft
Value change 1yr

Current value estimates

House value estimates, calculated by adjusting the last sale price for recent house value changes

last sold
price paid
157, Court Oak Road
Dec 18, 2018
± £23K
159, Court Oak Road
Jul 21, 2017
± £18K
161, Court Oak Road
Aug 5, 2003
± £45K
163, Court Oak Road
Jan 5, 1999
± £45K
165, Court Oak Road
Sep 20, 1996
± £57K
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The average property value in B17 9AD is £261,000 plus or minus £30,000. In the UK, the average house value is £281,000.

The average property size in B17 9AD is 781 square feet or 73 square metres of indoor floor space. The average cost per square foot in B17 9AD is £334 or £3,596 per square metre. In the UK, the average property has 950 square feet or 88 square metres of indoor floor space.

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Property value trends

House value trends in B17 9AD, estimated using average price growth in Birmingham. Compare trends in house values and cost per square foot with the UK average

Average value
Cost per sq ft

Average value by property type

Breakdown of the different types of property in B17 9AD, including average value for different houses types and flats

Property typeCountPercentageAverage value
Terraced house
Semi-detached house

The most expensive properties in B17 9AD are semi-detached houses and the cheapest are terraced houses. The average semi-detached house costs £4,000 more than the average terraced house.

There are 2 the different house types in B17 9AD (terraced houses, semi-detached houses), they range in price from £261,000, the average value estimate for terraced houses, to £265,000, the average value estimate for semi-detached houses.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How are house values and flat values calculated?

The current value of each house or flat is calculated by taking the last sale price and adjusting it up or down to reflect movements in property prices since the last sale occurred.

We use the local authority House Price Index to adjust property sale prices in a postcode so that local trends in house prices are reflected. This is important as some areas differ significantly from the broader national average.

We report error bands for each property value estimate (e.g. £200,000 ± £30k) to show that estimating property value using this method can be imprecise, particularly when significant time has passed since the last sale. In some cases, historic price changes for a postcode may not be well reflected by the local House Price Index, and any changes made to a property's fixtures or fittings since the last sale will not be reflected in the estimate. If you need an accurate property valuation you should speak to a suitably qualified surveyor.

Property value error bands are set so that a majority of prices fall within the predicted range and equal 10% of the total change in valuation due to movements in house price indexes, plus 2.5% of the final estimate and an additional 0.5% for every year between the last sale and today.

Property values provided on this page are estimates and for information purposes only.