Real Estate Appraisal Malabar NSW 2036

How Much is my Home Worth in Malabar?

On September 25, 2017 the median price for a house in Malabar was $2,070,000. There have been 21 houses and 1 unit sold so far this year. These range from 3 to 4 bedroom homes. The 12 month capital growth for houses has been 9.78%. And, the annual capital growth for houses is 9.56%. The DSR or Demand to Supply Ratio reckons that buying property in Malabar is above average. There are marginally more purchasers than sellers. This tends to drive the capital growth and property should stay ahead of the national average.

House prices and weekly rent returns in Malabar

  • 3 bedroom house $2,055,000 Weekly rent return $915
  • Free Real Estate Appraisal Malabar

    Real estate appraisal Malabar NSW 2036Are you interested in knowing the market price of your home? Our sales agents perform free property appraisals on units, apartments, houses, townhouses and land in Malabar and surrounding suburbs. We are local to the area and can give an accurate assessment as to the value of your home. We base our findings on the recent property sales history. Together with this report we will factor in the location to amenities such as shops, schools and public transport.

    Free Rental Appraisal Malabar

    Do you need a property manager to rent your home? Or, have you purchased or own an investment property and need a rental manager? Our property management team facilitate the collection of rent and maintains the status of the home. We engage closely with the owner and provide full tax accounting files. All our tenants are vetted for security reasons. We perform routine inspections and maintain the property. So, if you want a free rental appraisal call our rental team.

    Property Management Services in Malabar

    Below is a list of the services we provide when renting out a property.

  • Tenant placement
  • Routine property inspections
  • Rent collection
  • Maintenance
  • Tenant security check
  • Rental reviews
  • Tax accounting documents
  • 4th October 2017

    Author

    Craig Sewell

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