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Professional property valuation with ImmoSky
A detailed valuation should be completed to work out the exact market value of a property. Unlike an online estimate, this takes more than 70 additional factors into account, such as the condition, fit-out standard and location of the property. Advertising a property at the right price is crucial to selling it quickly and successfully. We will complete a professional property valuation for you, allowing us to work out a competitive price for your house or apartment in the current market.
Play it safe by asking our experts to analyse the value of your property and work out the best selling price.
Why choose our experts?
Objective valuation of your property
Calculation of the exact market value for a quicker sale
Accurate valuation of your property for banks
Recognised valuation tool by a well-known valuation organisation
1. Collecting data
An ImmoSky expert will contact you to collect the relevant data for the valuation. You will need to have key information to hand, such as the area in square metres, number of rooms and year of construction. We will gladly help you to find the information in your documents.
2. Calculating the property’s value
Experts will calculate the current market value based on the data collected. We do this using the recognised method and a well-known company’s valuation tool.
3. Determining the market price
Our experts have access to an extensive database containing countless comparable properties and similar transactions. They use this to work out and recommend a competitive price in the current market.
Regional factors including infrastructure, taxes, amenities, transport links and proximity to jobs, etc.
Distance to schools, shops, cultural amenities, public transport links, recreation areas and civic centres
Quantitative property details
Total floor space, volume, useful area, number of rooms, etc.
Qualitative property details
Year of construction, condition, standard, etc.
Special factors that increase or decrease value
The hedonic pricing model is best suited to standard properties. Character homes or mixed-use properties (residential and commercial properties) need to be valued using experience and professional expertise alongside key statistical data.
The resulting final value is not the same as the effective selling price, but is merely a price estimate based on a comparison of the market data examined.
Frequently asked questions about property valuations
Why should I have a professional valuation done?keyboard_arrow_down
Price plays a key factor in a successful sale. The higher the price, the fewer people are interested. By contrast, a lower price can substantially reduce the time it takes to sell a property.
As an established estate agency, we know the market price of properties – including homes in your region and even your part of town.
- We incorporate trend analyses and the latest developments in property prices when we make a price recommendation.
- We also use a recognised valuation tool by a well-known valuation organisation. This means our experts have access to an extensive database with a very large number of comparable transactions.
What information is needed for the valuation?keyboard_arrow_down
In addition to factors like the area in square metres and year of construction, fittings play an important role.
Below is a list of key property information which you should have to hand:
- Type of property
- Number of rooms
- Living space (can be found on the floor plan)
- Plot size
- Property address
What are the main considerations when estimating the market value of a property?keyboard_arrow_down
Real estate value is determined by the market (i.e. demand), location and the nature of the property itself. This means that information about these parameters is needed to value a property.
Market factors which play a role in assessing the property:
- Economic trends
- Employment trends
- Purchasing power
- Market liquidity
- Location image
Which factors do experts look at in detail?keyboard_arrow_down
Our experts distinguish between three factors which have a major impact on a property’s value: the economic unit (ownership structure, detached house, apartment), quantitative factors (year of construction, living space, etc.) and qualitative factors (standard, condition and micro-location). Particularly in cities like Zurich, parking is also a consideration.