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A practical guide to maximising your valuation figure

In the world of property investing, and the finance that comes along with it, one of the most challenging aspects is ensuring you get the best possible figure when valuations are completed on your holdings. Experienced investors might think they’ve heard it all before, but when it comes to getting maximum dollars in a valuation report, I have an approach that’s proven successful time and again. Why it matters There are a number of reasons why it pays to see your valuation come in at the upper reaches of your property’s value range. Property valuations are a line-in-the-sand for lenders. Valuations define the equity pool against which a financier can comfortably lend you money. First and fore

12 frequently asked depreciation questions

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Property group predicts price growth

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52% Of Investors Say Now Is The Time To Buy

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Market overview and predictions

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