I wonder what effect this will have on the way we buy houses

By Nic Price on 31 January 2005 — 1 min read

The UK Land Registry have made all Land Register and Title Plan information since 2001 available on the internet.

For £2 you can find out how much your neighbour paid for their gaff.

You can’t search by someone’s name, but if you know their house number and street name you can find out the price paid for any UK property.

The site also allows people to see a property’s boundaries and any restrictions put on its use.


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  • I love this – thanks for posting it Nic. It is another great example of breaking down barriers, in this instance it being estate agents who are often less than honest about the real price of houses. Power to the people :o)

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