Get a free online valuation price estimate for your home for sale and rental based on monthly updated market data and trends.
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type of property?
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Get an estimate of the price we think your property should be worth based on market data and the trends in the location the property is.
This desktop valuation is free and should provide a good insight into how a property is performing within the housing market with price ranges provided off estimate data as well as live property sales.
We will provide the following information to you:
The price range we estimate your property to be worth.
The trends of the last 3 years for property prices in the area the property is located.
Our estimate for where prices are heading in the locality.
Live market prices for similar properties to yours.
Rental estimates to show how much we estimate you could rent your property for.
Live rental estimates based on similar property.
Area statistics, crime and jobs scores.
Recently sold property in your area.
Start by finding your property using the search boxes provided above.
There are many ways of getting a realistic valuation of a house, flat or apartment. You can go to your local Estate Agents and have somebody physically inspect your property to get unique features, sizes or conversely remedial issues that can have a bearing on the price. The Estate Agent would then combine this information with knowledge of the local area and performance of other properties and how bids and offers have been received to provide probably the closest to sale price valuation.
Many believe that Estate Agents have a vested interest in over-valuing a property due to the business model many employ. For every sale an Estate Agent facilitates they receive a percentage-based commission. So, if the property valuation is priced higher and sells at a higher offer price then potentially more commission can be taken.
The next method for valuation is, and this is where the Estate Agent over-valuing a property can fall apart, is when the property is valued again by the lender/mortgage provider. They must value the property in a realistic manner as if the borrower defaults on payments the lender/mortgage provider must sell the property to regain the amount they lent. This is why when a mortgage application is made a physical (most cases) valuation is conducted before any offer is given.
The final and quickest way to get a valuation is to use something called AVM (Automated Valuation) or Desktop valuation. No physical valuation is conducted but instead databases of house price data are used to extrapolate and forecast prices.