House Value Calculator: Find by UK postcode

To estimate property values enter a full UK postcode e.g. OX3 8BG.

You can use the Royal Mail's Postcode Finder to find the postcode of any address.

Average value
£296,000
Average size
939 sq ft
Cost per sq ft
£315
Value change 1yr
4.8%

Property values

House and flat value estimates, calculated by adjusting the last sale price for recent house value trends

Address
last sold
price paid
VALUE ESTIMATE
14, Waynflete Road
Sep 10, 2009
£137,000
£249,000
± £34K
20, Waynflete Road
Aug 8, 2011
£172,500
£280,000
± £33K
24, Waynflete Road
Jan 3, 2018
£310,000
£360,000
± £21K
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House value trends

Calculate house value trends by postcode or street. Compare house value and cost per square foot trends with the UK average

Average value
Cost per sq ft

Average value by property type

Calculate property values by houses and flat type

Property typeCountPercentageAverage value
Semi-detached house
3
100%
£296,000

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does the House Value Calculator work?

HM Land Registry collected and published UK property sale data and a regional House Price Index since 1995.

The Varbes UK House Value Calculator works by finding all the properties in a UK postcode, then for each property taking the most recent sale using HM Land Registry data, and adjusting the sale price up or down depending on recent house price growth in that area (local authority) and how long ago the last sale occurred.

We use HM Land Registry data for historic property sale data and also for house price index movements (which are also based on property sale data). Average property sizes are from publically available Energy Performance Certificates.

As an example – imagine a property last sold for £200,000 five years ago in Manchester. We see what the Land Registry House Price Index for Manchester has been for the past five years, and if properties have gone up 20% in value, we increase the £200,000 by 20% to an estimated current valuation of £240,000 and then add error bands to find a range where the value will likely be (assumes no changes to the house's fixtures and fittings since the last sale).

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