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Mrs Bear

Land Registry Mistake?

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Small house with garden, one of many virtually identical in the immediate area, is listed on LR and nethouseprices as a leasehold flat. The price listed as paid (some years ago) is way below that of nearby similar houses sold around the same time, which are listed as freehold. I know the address I'm checking is right, and I know the house has not been split into flats.

Since I do not suspect dodgy dealing I can only assume there has been an error - a mix up with another property. Do such mistakes happen with the LR? Has anyone found anything similar?

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On a similar tangent: Does rightmove 'previous sold for'r link to the LR?

A house I sold 2 years ago has the price I sold for listed on Zoopla. but it was up for sale recently (taken off market now as the seller couldn't get the kite-flying price they wanted) and it listed the most recent sale as the one I bought it for in 2010 but not my sold price in 2013

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Email them and ask them. After having a long slow walk past..

Can't - I know the owner and would have to admit to being nosy, though I do have my reasons for that. It's not that I'm thinking of buying it - the place is not for sale.

Wish I hadn't nosed now - it's really bugging me and I can't see any way of finding out.

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Can't - I know the owner and would have to admit to being nosy, though I do have my reasons for that. It's not that I'm thinking of buying it - the place is not for sale.

Wish I hadn't nosed now - it's really bugging me and I can't see any way of finding out.

I meant email the land registry.

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