Software giant launches free Property Valuation Reports

Houseful COO Riccardo Dawson says Alto's new report collates data from Zoopla, Ofsted, DLUHC and Ofcom and users can now filter the info by the radius of nearby properties and the number of bedrooms.

Riccardo Dawson, Alto

Industry software giant Alto has rolled out its new Property Valuation Report that can be filtered by the radius of nearby properties and the number of bedrooms, making it easier for agents to answer specific questions from potential vendors and applicants.

The free tool provides an opportunity for agents to get ahead of the competition, either by using the information in the report to prepare for a market appraisal with a potential vendor or by using it to have a detailed conversation with an applicant about a property they’re interested in.


The tool – which can accessed directly from individual property record pages – provides agents with information about the property including sales history; price analysis; nearby properties on the market (for sale and rent); EPC rating; local crime rates; local planning information; local schools and transport details and internet speeds.

The report also collates data from a range of reputable sources including Alto’s sister company Zoopla, Ofsted, DLUHC and Ofcom and is both printable or can be accessed on the go via Alto Mobile.


Riccardo Dawson (main picture), Chief Operating Officer at Alto and Houseful says: “We’re excited to roll out Property Valuation Reports completely free of charge to Alto customers.

“Arming Alto agents with best-in-class insights is a simple way to help them stay ahead of the competition.”

He adds: “Our Property Valuation Reports not only support agents with winning new business but also give them additional context on their local market with intel on key considerations for buyers including crime rates, quality of local schools and flood risk.”

The Neg revealed last month how Moverly, whose founders include former online estate agent Gemma Young, has now integrated its material information solution into Alto’s CRM.

The Alto valuation report
How it looks: The Alto Valuation Report

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