Tag: houseprice index (HPI)

Developing a new House Price Index

HPI heatmap

The four producers of official house price statistics (Land Registry, Office for National Statistics (ONS), Registers of Scotland and Land & Property Services Northern Ireland) announced in November 2013 that we’re identifying options for the production of a single definitive UK House Price Index (HPI). During 2014 we’ve reviewed available data sources and developed a calculation method.

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Old HPI search tool to be withdrawn

Old HPI Tool

On 30 April 2014, we launched an enhanced version of our Search the House Price Index (HPI) tool, in response to customer feedback. Since launch, almost half of all users have opted to use the new improved version. The rapid adoption of the new search tool means the number of customers using the old version…

Our House Price Index

House Price Index

We’ve been seeing a greater interest in our own House Price Index (HPI) each month, so we thought it could be a good time to provide some more information about what we publish each month and how we calculate it. Our HPI captures changes in the value of residential properties. Based on our price paid…

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Moving forward: linked data update

We hope you will find the new Search the HPI facility and Price Paid Data Report Builder enhancements useful. Your feedback is valuable to us, so we would like to encourage you to share your views.

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Improving house price information transparency

The housing market affects everyone in some way, so it is no surprise that house price data is so keenly monitored. As an organisation we fully support the principles of open data and transparency as a driver for economic growth, and will release our data whenever possible.

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