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Valuation for Property Sale

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Our valuers provide valuation advice to help you maximise the sale price of your property. Getting a valuation before selling your property can help you make informed decisions, attract more potential buyers and to sell your home for the best possible price.

 

Having a valuation before selling or transferring your property is an advantage for several reasons:

  • Accurate pricing: A professional valuation can provide an accurate estimate of the current market value of your home. This can help you price your home correctly, so you don't leave money on the table by under-pricing it or scare away potential by overpricing it.

  • Negotiating power: With a valuation in hand, you have a strong negotiating position when dealing with potential buyers. You can use the valuation to justify your asking price and show buyers that you have done your research.

  • Avoiding delays: Overpriced homes tend to sit on the market longer, which can lead to frustration for the seller and damage the market appeal of your property. By getting a valuation upfront, you can avoid the need to price reductions later on.

  • Transparency: Having a professional valuation can provide transparency to potential buyers and help build trust. Buyers are more likely to feel comfortable making an offer on a home when they know that the asking price is based on a professional valuation.

 

Why do I need a valuation when I have a market appraisal from a real estate agent?

 

When it comes to selling your property, you want to know what it will sell for, not an inflated estimate or a pessimistic opinion of value. Two ways of finding out are; to get a real estate market appraisal; or get a property valuation. But what’s the difference?

A real estate market appraisal is commonly used by real estate agents to provide a rough estimate of a property's market value. Real estate agents are typically paid a commission based on the sale price of the property, so they may have an incentive to provide a higher appraisal value to encourage the seller to list the property with them and this conflict of interest can affect their objectivity.

Anyone can conduct a real estate market appraisal, but a property valuation is a formal and impartial assessment, performed by a certified practicing valuer. The process involves detailed analysis of market evidence.

If you are looking for a truly impartial assessment of a property's value, then get a formal property valuation conducted by one of our valuers who adhere to professional standards and can provide an objective and unbiased assessment of the property's value.

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