How an Estate Agent will Value Your Home at a Property Valuation

When valuing a property, an estate agent will take into consideration several factors, including…

1. Location 

The location of the property is a crucial factor in determining its value. Homes in highly desirable areas, such as those close to good schools, transport links, and amenities, are likely to be worth more than those in less popular locations.

2. Size and layout

The size and layout of the property will also affect its value. Larger homes with more bedrooms and living spaces will generally be worth more than smaller properties.

3. Condition

The condition of the property is also a significant factor in determining its value. A well-maintained home that is in good repair will be worth more than a property that needs a lot of work.

4. Age and type of property

The age and type of the property will also impact its value. Newer properties or those with unique architectural designs may be worth more than older, more traditional homes.

5. Recent sales of similar properties

Estate agents will also look at the sale prices of similar properties in the local area to get an idea of the current market value. This is often done through a comparative market analysis (CMA).

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