Property Intelligence data

Property Intelligence data from Loqate gives businesses a complete picture of the property and surrounding location to help inform project planning, improve risk assessment, reduce costs, drive revenue growth and sky rocket customer experience.

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Benefits of Property Intelligence data

Get a complete picture of a property

Find out vital information such as the building’s age, height and property type (detached, semi-detached, terraced or flat), the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and any potential associated risks. This data set can also reveal estimated current value and last purchase price. 

Learn more about the surrounding location

Understand more about the property’s area and whether it is a listed building in order to gain insight into the current value and burglary rate in the surrounding area. You’ll also discover information on congestion routes, distance from nearest watercourse and the distance from the road.

Take the customer experience to the next level

Deliver personalised communications based on the house type and occupants, and optimise your customer experience by gaining the intelligence you need to streamline form filling processes in order to deliver services and goods quickly and efficiently.

Improve project management

The Property Intelligence data file helps inform project planning, improve risk assessment and streamline operations as well as reduce costs through understanding the complete picture and physicality of a property and its history.

In depth property and location data

Get in depth information about where your customers actually live; not just a house number and street name. We provide you with access to a huge variety of property and location data, including local crime statistics, business usage, congestion and estimated council tax band, for the whole of the UK, sourced from over 10 independent data providers.

Understand your customers better

Using just a home address, you will get an accurate picture of your customer’s property, surrounding location and inhabitants. By learning key information about their property, you will gain a better understanding of how to communicate with and service them more effectively, improving their experience throughout the customer journey.

What type of business can benefit from Property Intelligence data?

From providing insurance quotes, sending out engineering teams, providing utilities, construction logistics through to local government and emergency services. If you need to know more about a property than just the number and road name, you could benefit from this enhanced data set.

Property coverage

  • Houses, bungalows and flats covered although the majority of testing has been on freehold properties i.e. typically houses and bungalows

Geographic coverage

  • England and Wales full coverage
  • Scotland full coverage but reduced accuracy because of different policies for land and
    property registration and the publication of data 
  • Isle of Man, Channel Islands, Northern Ireland – not covered

What's included in the Property Intelligence file?

  • Geocodes/ ONS codings
  • Property type – terraced, detached
  • Number of:
    - floors
    - bedrooms
    - bathrooms
    - rooms
  • Listed building status
  • Building construction date
  • Building height
  • Floor area
  • Last transaction price, date
  • Number of transactions
  • Estimated current value, Council Tax band
  • Number of adult occupants
  • Distance to watercourse
  • Distance to road
  • Business usage
  • Planning classification
  • Red routes / congestion zone
  • Road class
  • Building count, multiplicity
  • Burglary rate
  • Top floor flat flag
  • Storey on which a flat sits
  • Number of extensions
  • Wall type
  • Main central heating fuel
  • Footprint, volume, average roof slope, flat roof
    fraction, distance to trees

How often is Property Intelligence data updated?

Due to the number of different data providers that feed into this data set we collate all the changes and update the overall file four times a year. What makes this property intelligence
data different is that it provides confidence levels against each field, this is a percentage of how accurate the data appears to be, which puts the control into your hands as to whether or not you make a business decision based on the result.

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