Sworn Valuation

Discussion in 'The Buying/Selling Process' started by Giswal, 20th May, 2015.

  1. Giswal

    Giswal Giswal

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    Hey guys, just wondering if anyone knows anyone who does sworn valuations in Melbourne (preferably Eastern suburbs) I am putting a deal together as we speak and i need it to be on the low side price wise in order to profit. Please reply or inbox me
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  2. Big Will

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    If you haven't gotten a PM yet, send me a message I have one guy that did one in Diamond Creek.
     
  3. DavidMc

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    If you need a low valuation why not ask your bank?

    You might get it for free as well.
     
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    Peter_Tersteeg Finance broker/strategist

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    You'd be amazed at how easy it is to get a low valuation via a banks valuer.

    I saw the title, "Sworn valuation". From my perspective, this tends to be mean, "F*#&n valuers".
     
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  5. Giswal

    Giswal Giswal

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    Sworn valuation, independent valuation, valuation, melbourne east

    Thanks for the reply, for me to continue with this deal, I am unable to use a banks valuation. It must be independent and sworn. I already have one complete but I need a 2nd. It is a high end property in the eastern suburbs of melbourne. Thanks again
     
  6. Scott No Mates

    Scott No Mates ...and people wonder why?

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    You have a choice - some real estate agents are also valuers (though there's more money as an agent). They would jump at getting $$ for what they normally do for nothing. They must hold an appropriate valuer's licence.


    Alternatively, check the Australian Property Institute website for valuers.
     
  7. Giswal

    Giswal Giswal

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    That's a very true point but all parties in the deal will not accept a banks valuation as they are generally low. I am the one who seeks a low valuation, they would prefer it to be high
     
  8. Big Will

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    PM you, sorry couldn't assist but try the REA they usually have contacts.