the most comprehensive sheriff property report
The Pro Report is an exclusive 10-11 page PDF document, uniquely
compiled for each property. It takes the winning Sheriff
Auction Report to the next level. In addition to:
Auction summary, sheriff, attorney, maps to the auction venue
Official property description, aerial map and view of property,
Recently and pending registered comparative sales nearby
Owner information, bond, & transfer history
Suburb trends with monthly & annual sales, average sale prices
The official public notice, direct from the gazette authority
The Pro Report includes these
The comparative sales map
The pre-auction property valuation
comparative sales map
A picture is worth a thousand words. Get a birds eye
view on the neighbourhood and see where the most recent nearby properties sold
are situated, relative to the property on auction. And for how much —
on the comparative sales map.
pre-auction property valuation
How much is it worth now? The last selling price and
municipal valuation can serve as a good guideline, but what's the present value
on the property. The pre-auction valuation offers an accurate, and up-to-date
valuation, calculated days prior to the auction being held.
Gain further insight and confidence in your assessment, and
in making a successful and profitable bid. The Pro Reports are available to
subscribers on the Sheriff Pro Package.
The Pre-Auction Valuation is the statistically generated estimate
of the value of the property calculated within days of the auction based on
information obtained from the Surveyor General, the Deeds Office, banks, estate
agents and other sources. The extent of improvement or deterioration since the
last sale is not included in the calculation.
The Safety Score is the statistical probability that the
property would sell for more than 90% of the estimated value. In simple terms,
it is the probability that the estimated value is not an over-prediction.
The Accuracy Score is the statistical probability that the property would sell
for within 20% of the estimated value. In simple terms, it is the probability
that the estimated value is correct.
The Expected High and Expected Low are the statistically generated upper and
lower bounds of the range within which the property is expected to transact.
Names and identity numbers are excluded from the sample report.