A guide to your property valuation

Inspiration :   15 - 07 - 21

When it comes to selling your property, it’s only natural you want to know all of the facts before beginning.

For the majority of us, owning a property will be one of the largest financial commitments we’ll make in our lifetime, so making sure that you optimise on its value is really key in order to step further up the property ladder and afford that next dream home.

As your local property experts, we’ve taken a moment to break down some of the important areas of your market appraisal.

What do we mean by property valuation?

A property valuation is an assessment of your property’s value, which takes into account a wide range of factors from the property type and size, to its condition and location, as well as seasonal and national trends.

Choosing Andrew Lodge Estate Agents to conduct your appraisal can be a really useful advantage as our property experts know the local market and are able to target buyers within the Farnham area with the best marketing strategy to generate viewings for your home.

The aim here is to competitively price your property to achieve the best sale price in the best timeframe possible.

Set the price tag too high, and you’ll elongate your stay on the market whilst deterring otherwise interested buyers. Set it too low and you’ll lose out on its full potential value.

Why is it important to get an up-to-date valuation, even when you’re not thinking of selling?

The market is constantly changing, so whilst you might not be ready to sell right now, it’s recommended to keep an eye on how properties are faring near you.

If neighbouring properties have recently sold it can be a strong indicator that you’ll be in a prime position to find a buyer at a price and time to suit you.

Prices have been increasing year-on-year, so knowing your home’s value can also mean that when the time comes to sell and move on, you’re already informed and ready to start your property journey with us, saving yourself time and energy from the very start.

Whether you’re looking to sell right now or sometime in the future, talk to our experienced and professional team to find out exactly how much your home could be worth. Just arrange your market appraisal here.