Thinking about Selling?
Request a free, no-obligation property appraisal.

If you’re thinking about selling, the first thing we recommend you do is to request a free, no-obligation property appraisal. Only once you know what your property is worth can you make an informed decision about whether or not it is time to sell.

Contact us to speak with a local Harcourts Sales Consultant and get the inside track on your local property market.

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This form is for appraising the potential sale price of a property. Please use our rental estimate form if you're interested in renting your property, and our rental enquiry form if you're a tenant looking for a property.

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Not selling but still want to know what your property is worth?

Other reasons to request an appraisal

Selling isn’t the only reason house owners request a property appraisal. Knowing what your assets are worth is valuable information whenever you are facing financial planning.

Perhaps you want a property appraisal because:

  • You are planning renovations and want to know what alterations you can make to increase the property value. Even if you are not looking to sell immediately after renovating, it never hurts to align your property with market demands should you decide to sell in the future.
  • You have completed renovations and want to know what your property is now worth.
  • The property market has changed since you purchased your house or last received a property appraisal and you would like to know the current value of your home in the current market and what this means for you.
  • You are looking to invest in property and want to know how much equity from your current property you will have available to put towards your investment.
 

What does a property appraisal involve?

The purpose of a property appraisal is to determine what price you can realistically expect to sell your home for. The price of your home must be just right. Too low and you lose money. Too high and you lose buyers. Your Harcourts Sales Consultant will review local market statistics for your location as well as broader market trends, similar properties sold in the last three months, and current listings and asking prices. They will also take the time to do a thorough walk-through of your property to assess the:

The size of the property.

The size of the property.

 
Structural condition of the property.

Structural condition of the property.

 
Condition of interior fittings and fixtures.

Condition of interior fittings and fixtures.

 
Building quality and design.

Building quality and design.

 
Recent renovations.

Recent renovations.

 
Number of bedrooms.

Number of bedrooms.

 
Number of bathrooms.

Number of bathrooms.

 
Number of parking spaces.

Number of parking spaces.

 
Street appeal and overall appearance of the home.

Street appeal and overall appearance of the home.

 
Proximity to amenities.

Proximity to amenities.

 
Local zoning restrictions and planned infrastructure.

Local zoning restrictions and planned infrastructure.

 
Ease of access.

Ease of access.

 
Home improvements, alterations, and additions that could be made by the buyer.

Home improvements, alterations, and additions that could be made by the buyer.

 
What makes your property unique and desirable

What makes your property unique and desirable

 
Current local property market data and their own insights.

Current local property market data and their own insights.

 
 

Your Harcourts Sales Consultant will collect this data and provide you with a comprehensive report on your property’s value. They will also be able to provide detailed answers to any questions you may have about selling in the current market.