If you want to know approximately how much you could sell your property for, a rough price property valuation is perfect for you. If you’re still considering whether or not to sell, a chat and a coffee with one of our expert agents could be all you need to decide. There is also totally no obligation once you book a rough price property valuation, so if an estimated price for your property is all that you want, then that's fine with us.
To arrange your rough price valuation, simply fill in the form below or visit your local Prospect office. If you would prefer to speak to us via the phone or in person to arrange an appointment, then we would love to hear from you. You can find a list of our office addresses and contact number on the following link:
House prices across Berkshire and Surrey have risen considerably in recent years and your home may be worth a lot more than you think! If you’re unaware of your property’s current value, a rough guide valuation could be very beneficial.
There is totally no obligation when obtaining a property valuation to signup for any of Prospects services... so you have nothing to lose!
There are many reasons why somebody may decide they’d rather receive a ‘Rough Guide’ price, rather than a full property valuation. Some of those reasons are below:
When dealing with a probate sale, most solicitors will request a RICS Qualified Valuation. However, at the beginning all they need is a rough price to get things started; in this case, a Prospect ‘Rough Guide’ price is perfect! In some cases, the family are not ready for estate agents to enter the property that belonged to their deceased family member, so a brief meeting in our office could be the solution.
At the stressful time of a split, it is agreeing finances that are usually a priority on everyone’s minds. However, having both parties present at the property at the same time can sometime prove too much at the initial stage. A ‘Rough Guide’ price appointment will give you an idea of how much your property is worth and could be the best option for you at the early stages of a divorce.
If you’re looking to re-mortgage and your adviser has asked for the rough price, this could be perfect solution for you. Any mortgage company would of course carry out a mortgage valuation to confirm the price of your home.
We are receiving more and more calls from people asking roughly what their property is worth. This could be because they have not quite finished the work they are doing and consequently do not want an estate agent to conduct a property valuation. Often, they do not want their neighbours knowing they are having a valuation, which could spark unnecessary interest in their private lives. In these cases, a ‘Rough Guide’ price appointment is the ideal solution.
On your appointment, we would recommend that you bring some photos of your property (on your smart phone would be fine). This will give our valuer a better idea on the layout and condition of your property. Although in order to provide a value for your property ready for market, we would need to visit your home... we are still able to give you an estimate price of your property in the current market within 5%.
We have access to many system and house pricing indexes, allowing us to see information on your property and details of properties just like yours that have recently sold. Once you have your rough price, we can discuss if you would like our valuer to attend your property for a full valuation price. As always, there's no obligation.