The Land Registry excludes the following types of sales:
Revealed due to public demand... Our estimates are
calculated using the sold price in conjunction with the Land Registry
Price Index for the local authority/county for the address, and we
estimate to the current month (June 2019).
The primary variable in our estimates is the sold price. A side effect of this however, is that a sold price that was made at below market-value (i.e. where the buyer underpays for a property) will result in a lower estimate relative to current market value. Conversely, a sold price that was above market-value will most likely result in a higher estimate.
current price estimate = sold price * Land Registry Index percentage change
Where the Land Registry Index percentage change is the percentage change between the
index value at sold date and the current index value.
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The 'Price Change' is the absolute price change between the
the price paid for a property, and the previous price paid.
The 'Yearly Change' is the average yearly change in price between the price paid for a property and the previous price paid.
The 'Annual Percentage Growth Rate' is the
percentage change between the purchase price and sale price, divided
by the number of years.
The annual percentage growth rate is the straight-Line growth rate and unlike CAGR, does not take into account compounding. This is similar to the Average Annual Return (AAR) used in finance.
The 'Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)' is the mean annual growth rate of an investment over a specified period of time longer than one year.
The CAGR is not a true return rate but a figure describing the rate of change as if it had changed at a steady rate over the period.