Christchurch Rental Property Valuation

If you are considering renting out your home, we encourage you to take advance of the free rental appraisal service that we offer. This will help you understand the rental value of your property and what would be involved in renting it out.

Here’s how our rental appraisal process works:

1. Request your free appraisal by completing the form below or by phoning us (03 377 0509). We’ll respond within 24 hours, but usually much more quickly than that! During the initial discussion, we’ll ask you a few questions about your property and set up a time to review your property.

2. Before we meet with you, we will research the rental market in your neighbourhood to get an idea of the rental values and competition in the area.

3. On the day of our appointment, we’ll meet you at your property. We’ll ask you for a tour where you’ll be able to point out the highlights of your property.

4. Immediately after the property tour, we’ll be able to provide our rental appraisal, which will give you an idea about the range of rent that can be charged. We’ll also share some information with you about First Avenue and let you know how we can help you manage your property effectively.

5. We’ll go back to our offices to review what we’ve learned and formalise the rental appraisal (when required).

That’s it! It’s an obligation-free process that we know you’ll find helpful, whether or not you choose to use our property management services. So, what are you waiting for? Request your free rental appraisal today!


DATE 24 Oct 2018

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