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How Do I Get My Property Valued?

There are many things that affect the value of a property from the property type, building size, land that it occupies, condition, BER, potential to extend, levels of available stock in that stratus to the orientation of the sun to the garden to parking. CKP are qualified and certified experts with special knowledge & experience giving us a competitive edge to perform valuations.

Value My Property
12 Steps to Value My Property

12 Steps to Value My Property

How do I get my property valued?

  1. Find what properties near you sold for
    Get detailed and specific valuation data.
  2. Track house price trends by area or nationally
    Get an overview of the market.
  3. Get a ballpark valuation
    Type in your address to get a bespoke valuation or an estimated price range based on data such as previous sale prices, asking prices, property characteristics and market climate.
  4. Find a home’s value based on its sale price
    Find the most recent price for a similar property on the street. This can give you a rough idea of how price fluctuations affect value.
  5. See housing market forecasts
    We usually post blog articles or share interesting news on Facebook or Twitter. Stay up to date with us and get the latest news.
  6. Find local asking prices
    There are a plethora of property search sites out there. Note that asking prices are often wildly optimistic, showing what the seller wants for the property, not what they’ll get.
  7. Get free house price alerts
    Get free email alerts from the major property search websites on your chosen area.
  8. Check for flood risk, air pollution and crime rates
    All these factors have a significant impact on insurance premiums and a property’s value.
  9. Check local amenities
    Check local schools, hospitals, gyms, venues and more.
  10. Check broadband and TV coverage
    If having a good internet connection is important to you, then it’s important to check out the speed and coverage of the local area.
  11. Check the neighbourhood statistics
    Especially useful if you’re moving somewhere new, find out what kind of people live near you by searching for local Facebook groups. To find them, just plug in your town’s name, then click the Groups tab.
  12. Check transportation, transport links and commute statistics
    Check the best commuter routes, bus stops, Luas lines and general traffic statistics.

Casey Kennedy Estate Agents can help with the specifics in all the points above.

This info does not constitute financial advice, always do your own research on top to ensure it’s right for your specific circumstances and remember we focus on rates not service.