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Property price data on over 26 million properties in the UK. 11 million land registry records - regularly updated with residential sales since 2000.
As an Estate Agent, Homebuyer or Landlord "in the field" you can find information on a specific property or neighbourhood.
Get a feel for the market. Have properties nearby lost or gained in value?
Making best use of the iPhone’s geolocation services you can now see what the bricks and mortar around you are worth.
Search by place name, location, postcode or just by scrolling around a map. Your nearest postcodes are always displayed. Delve in and do your research.
What did that house sell for? When was it sold? What is it worth now?
This app gives you information about individual properties and an insight into a particular neighbourhood. Create a shortlist by bookmarking individual properties.
The perfect house-hunting companion: Access the land registry records, estimated house price values and annual equivalent rates of price change.
Powered by mouseprice.com and pixidapps.
*Response to rating reviews:
The mouseprice app uses exactly the same database as the website. It contains all the Land Registry Sales Data since 2000 and estimates on 26.9 properties in the UK.
A small number of properties sales data will not appear. The reasons for this are explained here - www.mouseprice.com/faq
You can search for properties by geolocation, postcode, place name or by a gmap. You can't presently search by street name.
If any users are having difficulties or suggestions please do get in touch. We welcome feedback on how we could improve our app*
Poor value for money and inaccurate
If you have used the online version you might think you are going to get the same functionality as this app us not cheap. Well what you get is half or less of what you might expect, this is just a app that feeds you the information from the land registry and estimate the current value of the properties in the registry. There is no search engine for properties on sale. Unfortunately the information from the land registry is not reported accurately, i.e. a property sold on 2007 is listed under year 2006, once you drill down on the property details you can actually see the actual sold date. The valuation estimated is highly debatable but more worrying it doesn't match the estimate on the online version which seems more realistic, so obviously it's using a different algorithm. My advice is don't buy.
Hard to find addresses
This is generally a good app, and once you have actually found the house that you are looking for or are usingbit with gps it is excellent.
However it is a bit of a pain if you are not sure of the exact postcode that you want. Using the map and tapping on the area that you want rarely gets you the postcode that you need and you then have to go in and out of each one to get the house that you want!
The app would be greatly improved by allowing for search by street name and house number and by linking it to data from estate agents as well as land reg
Software full of bugs.
The software can be a very handy tool for a quick price comp. On the land registry.
On the quick menu I tapped on the post cost I was looking for and the details came up for some other postcode.
The company seems to be in a rush to launch the software. I expect some one from mouse to respond to this and fix the numerous bugs that are there. Please do not expect customers to tell you that your software is faulty.
Further an explanation on how the estimate is derived will help. Some properties may have been sold more than once. Please display full data. Also whether the property is listed as leasehold or freehold, detached, terraced etc.
I need refund of my money.
- Category: Finance
- Released: 03 November 2009
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 0.3 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: William Wray
- © pixid ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.