In this guest blog, Rhys Lewis from the Office for National Statistics explains why there are revisions to UK House Price Index data and what's being done to make provisional estimates more accurate.
Buying and selling property
How to make sure you pay the cheapest price to get official information about land or property in England or Wales.
UK property prices can either be a reason to rejoice or despair. Keeping an accurate track of price rises and falls is the role of the UK House Price Index. This month users had special reason to celebrate as the second batch of service improvements went live. You will now enjoy enhanced navigation, more data and a transparent view of data revisions.
We look at a property fraud court case reported widely in the media and the steps you can take to protect your property.
Zara Banday, Partner in the Residential Property Department at Slater Heelis, talks about the conveyancing process and how to get the most for your money.
Adam Hookway, Customer Service Representative, talks us through what could happen to the family home in the event of a divorce.
When customers ask us for title deeds, they're frequently disappointed to find out that we don't have the originals! So what are they, where are they kept and do you need them?
People sometimes ask us "How old is my house?", because they need this information to take out building insurance. Here are some things you can do to explore the age of the property.
There is a lot more to the conveyancing process than just completing and sending us HM Land Registry forms.
How to start your detective work into who owns a piece of land or property that isn't registered with us.