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How we value your home

At Kaybridge we use a data-driven approach to calculate how much your home will sell for in the current market. We’ve learnt to be incredibly accurate in valuing properties.

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1. Before we call, we’ll do some research to get an idea of a range

We look at what similar properties have sold for and those currently under offer around you to get a sense of what the market currently is doing. We share these examples with you and while we don’t give you a valuation at this point we are able to recommend a range.

2. We’ll then do a deep-dive valuation into your property and area

Our dedicated valuations team do a three hour in-depth analysison your property and the current market to come up with a much more narrow recommendation for expected sale price.

3.  Next up, we visit your home and share both our final valuation & the data we used with you

Once we’ve visited your home, we utilise our agency team’s years of experience to inform our final valuation. We’ll then share our valuation and all the data with you.

The valuation we give you is just that, it’s what we think your home will actually sell for. Alongside it we will discuss and work out the perfect marketing strategy with you.

On average we sell our customers’ homes for 1.5% above our final detailed, data-driven valuation

When looking at our valuation and completion prices since November 2017 we’ve been pretty darn accurate. For customers who go to sell their homes with us, their final sales price is actually very slightly higher. On average it’s 101.5% of the valuation we gave them, which means they get slightly more money than they expected. We’re constantly working to get to 100% accuracy in our valuations.

Valuation accuracy information is from November 2017 onward

How do our valuations compare to other agents?

Most other agents don’t give data-driven valuations, they share appraisals based on properties they’re currently selling. They’re incentivised to win your business. We’re incentivised to give you certainty on the sale from the beginning, including how much we expect you to walk away with. So we use all-of-market data from many different sources to make sure we have the best idea of what you should expect to sell for.

We’re proud that on average our valuations are 1.5% away from the final sale price

Over the last year we feel we’ve been pretty accurate. But as we monitor and improve our process our accuracy will only get better.

Customers who don’t list with us experience an average list price drop of 18%

We’ve noticed that when properties we’ve valued list with other agents, their initial list price is ~18% above their final sale price – very close to what we predicted.

Frequently Asked Questions

We have a dedicated valuations team to perform thorough analysis on properties we’re looking to underwrite. As our Relationship Managers are organising the property visit with you, the Valuations team are performing a three hour in depth analysis on your property and area to determine an indicative valuation.

Once the property visit has taken place, typically within a couple of days of you getting in touch with us, we will endeavour to get you the final valuation and advance amount over to you as soon as possible. This will be explained by your relationship manager, and you’ll have all the key data shared with you.

We use a lot of data sources and tools to make sure we’re as accurate and confident as we can be during our valuations.

We use the following data sources to understand the performance of properties in your area:

  • Property listing portals – Rightmove, Zoopla (for current and historic listings)

  • EPC Registers

  • Google maps and Google Streetview

  • Land registry data

  • Rightmove+ portal

  • Specialist reports and surveys

  • Planning register

  • Molior

  • PTAL

  • Feedback from property visits

  • Our own customer and property databases

We look at the following factors when looking at your specific property:

  • Property type

  • Number of rooms: bedrooms, bathrooms, receptions etc.

  • Proximity to transport links

  • Size and room dimensions

  • Layout & floor levels

  • Outdoor space

  • Condition

  • Architecture

  • Floor position

  • Ceiling height

  • Tenure details

  • Parking availability

  • Occupation status

  • Marketability

  • Any compromises to the property

We’ll make sure your property gets in front of the right people.