The accurate assessment of the value of your property is vital for a successful sale. Too high and you may not receive any interest. Too low and you could be missing out on the true value of your property.
Your valuation will help you decide both the asking price and the lower price limit, below which you would not be prepared to sell. It's a crucial part of the process, and that's why it is important that you ask an Estate Agent with a solid reputation to carry out a valuation for you.
Endrick Property offers a free no-obligation valuation and full market appraisal. This valuation will draw upon over 50 years' experience marketing and selling properties across West Central Scotland, and our local market knowledge. At Endrick Property, we pride ourselves on delivering accurate valuations which reflect local market conditions.
A property's value is can go up and down depending on what particular location and type of property is popular at any given time. Supply and demand of course plays a big hand in this – if you own a property in a particularly sought after location, you will be more likely to receive a lot of interest. Similarly, the amount of buyers or sellers on the market at a given time will play a part in how much you can realistically ask for your property. Whilst free property information websites are available online, looking at these will only provide you with data that is three months or more out of date.
It is important to remember that the valuation is the first step of the process, setting the price that the property will go on to the market. However, your home will only sell for what someone is willing to pay for it, and more importantly for what you are willing to sell it for.
Once your property goes on to the market, Endrick Property is able to raise awareness of your property further through extensive marketing, through our website, various national property portals including rightmove, zoopla, prime location plus over 480 other online sites, and through social networking sites such as Facebook and twitter – all of which will ensure that your property gets seen by as many people as possible.