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    Default How do you determine intrinsic value of a property

    Hey Team,

    What are some of the ways to determine how much a property is worth intrinsically?


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    compare prices with recent sales of comparable specs in comparable location?

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    Thanks Jack, I thought sale prices are driven by market and can be above or below intrinsic value of the property?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varinder View Post
    Hey Team,

    What are some of the ways to determine how much a property is worth intrinsically?

    It's a moving target.
    But you can get a rough estimate.

    There are a couple of websites that give you a pretty good figure.
    You should be able to exit the position with almost 100% guarantee that you will be able to recover your investment with that figure.

    Be careful though, we are in a time of price volatility.
    So recovery depends on how much of the money is actually yours and how much is at the mercy of the banking system.
    And of course, how quickly you need to exit.

    I can't resist giving you the real (but not useful) answer.
    It's the area. The area available to photosynthesis.
    As long as there's enough water to support a living thing, to convert that sunlight into some form of stored energy.
    Last edited by McDuck; 18-12-2018 at 10:42 AM.

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    Thanks McDuck, which websites would you recommend that provide a more accurate figure?

    I've been browsing OneRoof, they provide price breakdown of land value and house value - unsure how that figure is determined


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    Development potential plays a part. I won my last thee tenders by working out that the property is intrinsically worth more than the market was likely to pay.
    Free online Property Investment Course from iFindProperty, a residential investment property agency.

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    Hi V.
    That's quite a good one.
    There are several.
    I shouldn't really endorse any particular one (or even what search engine to use).
    just to be impartial.

    The way they most likely would do it is by averaging historical data.
    How they sort that data would make a slight difference in price.

    I think in Auckland the historical data would be ever so slightly higher than it should be, while outside Auckland could be lower.
    But like I say, its a moving target.
    Be warned though, ever so slightly could be the entire price of your deposit, houses costing what they do.

    Possibly a better way for you, would be to drop into the real estate agents in the area you like.
    They are unusually helpful, now that sales are not as easy.
    Last edited by McDuck; 19-12-2018 at 07:22 AM.


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