Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Mapping Property Values in England

Illustreets has released a new Google Map that visualizes house price growth rates in England over the last 10 years. Users of the map can click on a county on the map to view the growth in house price rates from 2004-2013. It also possible to split the 10 years into two and view the growth rates from 2004-2008 and 2009-2013.

House Prices in England shows the compound rate of growth at county level based on data from the Land Registry’s House Price Index. IF you select a county on the map you can also see the total number of houses sold within each period, as well as the number of new houses started.

Illustreets is a handy guide to discovering information about any address in England. The site uses data from the Index of Multiple Deprivation, house prices from Nestoria, local employment and crime rates, the average travel times to the nearest amenities and local school performance rates to provide an interesting overview for any location in England.

The Illustreets site can be used by anyone in England to view how their address compares to other areas in terms of deprivation, house prices, employment rates etc. Click on the map or search for a specific address and a detailed breakdown of the area is displayed beneath the map.

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