Property Valuation: A Comprehensive Guide
The first step in the evaluation process is to identify what you want to achieve with your property. Once you know this, it will be easier for us to discuss your options and decide on how we can help you get there. Maybe you are starting a family and need more space? Or maybe downsizing is a better option and would allow you to travel the world like you have always wanted. Either way, buyers advocate Gold Coast has some great tips that will help make these decisions much easier!
The next step in the process, after you have decided what you want from the property, is to bring us up to speed. The more information we know about your situation, the better chance we will be able to help make things happen. We would love if you could answer these questions: -Why are you moving? -What price range are looking for? -How much of a down payment do you have available? (If applicable) -Do they need financing or not? Your answers will help guide our advice on where this might go. This gives both of us a better idea on what type of property you are looking for, how much it will cost and whether or not there is something we can do to help.
The last thing that needs to happen before our meeting is that a qualified appraiser needs to come out (if you are selling) or an agent (if you are buying). An appraisal ensures the value of your property so this person should be licensed with the state they live in. Please remember: If someone says their fees include an estimate of appraisal costs then they may charge more than normal because they don’t want any surprises later down the line! This could end up costing both parties thousands and makes us really sad – please just triple check first if anything seems fishy!