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    • By Montablan 16th Oct 16, 5:54 PM
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    Historic Property Valuation
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    Historic Property Valuation 16th Oct 16 at 5:54 PM
    My brother and I were gifted my Fathers house in 2000. He lived in it until 2009 and from then until now we have rented it out. We are now looking to sell but will need to ascertain the value in 2000 for cgt purposes. I cannot see this info on gov.uk so is there something I have missed or is it acceptable to use a house price index like Halifax or Nationwide?

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    Ask a local surveyor who was active in the area in 2000
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