What's is in the property report?
The Property Report gives you an in-depth understanding of your property and the market with comprehensive data including property value estimates, comparable sales and historical suburb performance.
The property appraisal is an estimated value of a given property based on various factors such as property details, sales history, recent sales in the area and market trends. This information is provided by Australia's leading real estate data provider.
How much is my house worth?
Your house value is determined by factors such as location, local sales, block size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, the age and condition of the property and other external features such as a swimming pool.
A free online estimate is a quick way to get an understanding of what your house might be worth, however this only takes into account a few factors. The best way to know the value of your property is to have a professional come to your house, with the right service for this dependent on your needs. If you want to know what your house is worth for legal or financial reasons, you will need a licensed valuer to provide a valuation. This will be a much more conservative value, and isn't what is used if you're looking to sell.
Is it free to get your house appraised?
Matt Borg Real Estate, offers the services of both a free online value estimate, as well as a free market appraisal. Valuations however, which are conservative values provided for legal or banking reasons, incur a fee and can only be carried out by accredited valuers.
EXAMPLE PROPERTY REPORT
$950,000 - $1,045,000
About this estimate:
This estimate is based on your property details and recent comparable sales in your area.
March quarter Up 4.6%
Suburb Performance and Insights
See how the property market in your suburb has changed over the last 10 years including median property prices, average days on market and auction clearance rates for both houses and units.
Discover the prices and details of similar properties that have recently sold nearby to get an idea of the market value of your property.