Spruce up your home this spring
After helping Australians with their homes for over 10 years, we understand life can sometimes get in the way of both the little and large renovation projects.
That's why we're giving you the chance to win 1 of 7 $2,500 renovation vouchers, just by getting a free appraisal from your local Kangaroo Property agent during spring.
So, whether it's a kitchen and dining room refresh, or a new bedroom fit-out for your upcoming little-one, let us help you kick start your next home improvement project.
Entries close on 30 November, so book your free property appraisal today and ensure you're in the running!
A full assessment of your property (including the size and condition of the property, key selling features, number of bedrooms and bathrooms)
An assessment of your property's location, its proximity to local attractions, nearby amenities and potential buyer appeal.
An analysis of current market trends and the performance of similar properties that have recently sold in the area.
Simple steps to organise your free appraisal.
Whether it's in-person or virtually via a video call, our local expert agents make it simple to find out your home's worth.
Selling your home can be an astringent and daunting process at times. It can be stressful and getting to know the correct value of your property can be tricky. One of the best ways you know you are getting the best deal available is by getting your market appraisal done. A market appraisal is a formal assessment done, usually by sales consultants, to ascertain the potential value of your property. Our experienced real estate sales consultants will inspect your property first and after careful inspection, they will give you an estimation of the price your property can be sold at.
At Kangaroo, we don’t charge you anything for a market appraisal. It is simply done so that you know what your property is potentially worth and it helps you to get a better understanding of the real estate market in general. There are multiple factors that are considered when a market appraisal is conducted. Some key aspects are:
- Condition and structure,
- Any building or structural faults,
- Property features,
- Nearby amenities,