Single Sales Reports
A single sales report gives you the sales history for a specific property. The sales and ownership details maintained by Landgate in the public register mean the information is available to everyone, whether they are the property owner or not.
Single sales reports give you:
- Sale price and date sold
- Lot size
- A choice of residential, industrial, commercial or a rural properties
- Property details such as number of bathrooms and bedrooms
- Build year, wall and roof type, example brick / tile
- Order confirmation email
- Results will be in a PDF report format plus and Excel spreadsheet and .dat file/s
Single sales reports are useful to:
- Track the sales history a single property
- Analyse sales performance of a single property
- Estimate the current value of a single property.
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What you need to order:
- Street address or title number (volume and folio) or lot on plan number
- Debit or credit card
- Valid email address.
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Find answers to your most common enquiries about a single sales report.
What is a single sales report?
Single sales reports contain all sales for a single property or all units within the nominated strata complex.
As these reports can contain a large number of sales they are priced according to the number of sales reported.
A 'calculate price' facility is provided on the initial search screen so that you can work out the cost of your report before proceeding to the payment screen.
What records are included in the sales reports?
There are two options to select from when ordering sales reports:
- All – Includes all sales and non-sales related transactions that change ownership on a title.
- Only Sales Records - Includes sales records only, which excludes non-sales related transaction types.
The common non-sales related transaction types include:
- An Application to change name - occurs when the name of a proprietor changes on a certificate of title, for example when a person is married or divorced and changes their legal name
- Valuer Adjudicated - sales that have been identified by the RevenueWA and flagged as ‘Valuer adjudicated’ as a result of extraneous circumstances or conditions related to the sale.
- An Application by a survivor – occurs when a deceased proprietor as a joint tenant needs to be removed from the certificate of title, for example when a surviving husband applies to remove his deceased wife’s name from the title.
- Transfers to add or remove proprietors – occurs when proprietors are added or removed from a certificate of title, for example a person wants to add their partner to the title so that both their names are listed.
- Zero-dollar sales – occurs when there is no monetary remuneration between the parties for the transfer of the property, for example parents gifting a property to their child.
Can I obtain a report for a property I do not own?
Landgate maintains the official register of land ownership and survey information for the Western Australian State Government. This means that it is a public register and all land information contained in it is available to everyone.
Can I get a report for property outside of Western Australia?
Landgate only maintains the records for Western Australia. For land information from other states, please refer to these official government sites:
How far back in time can I go to get sales history?
Landgate holds property sales information from 1988 onwards.
What does a double asterisk **, triple asterisk *** and a # alongside a record mean?
A ** noted alongside the sale price indicates that the sales price is a combination of multiple properties and or chattels purchased by the same transaction. Landgate is unable to report the individual amount that was paid for each property within a multiple property sale.
A *** noted alongside a record on the sales report indicates that the record is a non-sales related record that changed ownership on a title.
A # noted alongside a record on the sales reports indicates that the property is a Leasehold Strata Title.
How up to date is the sales information?
If a property has sold recently, or is subject to dealing, it may take up to 6 weeks for the registered sales and ownership information to be updated online.
What does it mean when a property is subject to dealing?
This is to advise that something is in the process of being lodged or happening with a title for a particular property. It may take up to 6 weeks for the registered ownership information to be updated online from the time of document lodgement. You may need to order another report at a later date to see the registered details of the dealing.
Please note: Where available pending sale information is provided in single sales reports.
What is a pending sale?
Pending sales are sales that have not yet been recorded as registered sales at Landgate. Pending sales information is released from the week that settlement is due to occur. It can take up to 6 weeks from the date of settlement for a sale to appear as a registered sale.
What is a registered sale?
Registered sales are sales that are have settled and been registered at Landgate to effect an official change in property ownership.
What is the sale date used in sales evidence?
The date of sale used in Sales Evidence reports is the date that an Offer and Acceptance contract on a property was signed by the parties involved.
Can I subscribe to receive reports on a regular basis?
To subscribe to receive single sales reports on a regular basis, you must be a MyLandgate Account Customer.
What is tenure information and who can order it?
Sales reports containing tenure information can only be ordered by MyLandgate Account Customers.
If requested, the tenure information that is provided in a suburb sales report is as follows:
- The Certificate of Title number for the property that has been sold
- Buyer name/s (maximum of two names supplied)
- Seller name/s (maximum of two names supplied).