Find the year your house was built
Updated: Sep 17
If you're wondering what year your house was built, you've come to the right place. Our Title Register search service provides all the information you need to find out the year of construction for your property.
What is a Title Register?
The Title Register is an official document held by the Land Registry that contains important information about a property, including its ownership details, boundaries, and any legal restrictions or rights that affect it. It also provides the date of the first registration, which can be used to estimate the year of construction for the property.
How can you find the year your house was built?
If your property is leasehold, then your Lease Deed is a good indication of when it was built; If its a freehold, then you can use your Conveyance Deed. However, these dates are estimates and not exact.
To find out the year your house was built, you need to obtain a copy of the Title Register for your property. This can be done online through our Title Register search service.
Using our Title Register search service
Our Title Register search service is quick and easy to use. Simply select the desired documents, complete your details, and you will receive your documents by email within a few hours.
What information will you get with the Title Register search?
The Title Register Search will provide you with a range of important information about your property, including the year of first registration, which can be used to estimate the year of construction. You'll also get details of any mortgages or charges against the property, any rights or restrictions that affect it, and the names of the current owners.
Why choose Land Registry Online?
At Land Registry Online, we're committed to providing a fast, reliable, and secure Title Register search service. Our team will handle your request with care and attention to detail, ensuring that you receive all the information you need to find out the year your house was built.
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