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Discover the value of your home in an instant with a hassle-free tool from Daft.ie
You can use the house valuation tool from Daft.ie to begin the process of selling your house, or use it to help file your LPT.

CURIOUS ABOUT THE value of your house? 

Whether you are looking to list it for sale, considering a switch of your mortgage provider, filing local property tax, or just curious to see if your house has risen in value over the last several years, knowing the value of your house can be important.  

recent report from the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland showed that national property prices are expected to rise by 4% over the next year, meaning that getting an accurate and up-to-date valuation of your house could be beneficial to potential sellers.

To help you understand the value of your house, Daft.ie has developed a handy tool that provides you with an instant and hassle-free valuation.

To get an instant estimate of your home’s value, you simply fill in a few key details about your home on Daft.ie Ireland’s No. 1 Property Websitesuch as your address, how many bedrooms and bathrooms, what you paid for it initially, and how long you’ve owned it. Once that information has been entered, you will receive an instant valuation of your house.

The valuation from Ireland’s largest property search site gives you an online estimate value based on machine learning, Daft expert insights, and the Property Price Register. 

daft The instant online valuation platform from Daft.ie.

The quick service takes minutes to complete and provides a valuation from the comfort of your own home. You can use any device to complete the valuation, allowing for a hassle-free experience.

After you receive the valuation, you can also request a free, no-obligation expert valuation from estate agents in your area.

Ronan Lyons, economist at Trinity College Dublin and author of the quarterly Daft.ie Reports, commented on the tool from Daft.ie.

Over the last decade, property values have changed significantly and, particularly for those who haven’t been active in the market in that period, it can be hard to keep track of current price level.”  

“With this new tool, it’s much easier for people to get a sense of what their home is worth and plan their next step accordingly,” added Ronan.

This new tool from Daft.ie will help settle the potential stress arising from finding the value of your property. Check out the key benefits of the tool below:

Quick to complete

Taking mere minutes to complete the valuation form could end up saving you a lot of time in the future and means you can focus on other areas of selling your home, with valuation completed quickly.

Hassle-free

Being able to get an estimated valuation instantly from your couch using any device means you can get an idea of what your home is worth before arranging to have an expert valuation of your property done by your estate agent where you will need to set up a viewing etc. 

Instant

You don’t have to wait to hear about the value of your house with Daft.ie’s instant valuation tool, your estimated valuation is provided instantly. 

Expert valuation

After receiving your valuation from the Daft.ie tool, you can request a completely free no-obligation expert valuation of your home from an experienced estate agent to get a specific appraisal of the value of your home.

Local Property Tax

The tool can also help settle any concerns you may have about your local property tax liability. You may need to file a local property tax for the first time this year, depending on if your property will become liable for LPT in 2023.

If it is a newly built residential property completed after 1 November 2021 and on, or before, 1 November 2022 or it has become occupied, or suitable for use as a dwelling, after 1 November 2021 and on, or before, 1 November 2022.

Should your property fall under those criteria, becoming liable for LPT, you need to submit your LPT Return on, or before, 2 December 2022. To submit your LPT Return, you will need to value your property, and you can use the Daft.ie tool to do just that.

The free online home valuation tool from Daft.ie is there for whatever your needs may be, from selling your house to filing your local property taxes, and everything in between.

Get a free instant online valuation of your home today, and search thousands of properties for sale, all from leading estate agents, on Daft.ie.