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  • Profile photo of Nathan HouareauNathan Houareau
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    Hi everyone

    Im looking at a retain and build site at the moment and am reluctant to go off of what the agents say the properties will sell for once the block has been subdivided.

    How would I best find out what the properties will most likely go for so that I can punch the correct numbers into my feaso?

    Thank you very much

    Nathan

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    Profile photo of alfrescodiningalfrescodining
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    Sold prices on realestate.com.au.   

    Profile photo of Nathan HouareauNathan Houareau
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    Ah yes. I see it. Thank you very much.

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    Profile photo of Nathan HouareauNathan Houareau
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    Ok alfrescodining. I have identified a rough price for what the back block would sell for with a unit on it, and I have also identified an agent that could give me the sold price for a 330 sqm vacant block. How do I find out what I can sell the front block for? The one with the original house and land?

    Thanks heaps.

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    Profile photo of alfrescodiningalfrescodining
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    Similar method I would say. Realestate.com.au can filter results by site area, number of bedrooms. So you can search for a 3 bedroom house on a 400sqm block for example, and see whats on the market now matching that or whats soldin that category.

    Profile photo of JhaiMitchellJhaiMitchell
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    I find RP data helps along with this and you can pull out all the prices you want to get more detail. Just keep in mind most of RP data is out when it comes to the square meters of a property.

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