Registered Valuers


How do you know what a property is worth? The true value and a vendor’s price expectations are two unrelated things. Use the links below to check out the leading valuers in your area to find one that suits your requirements before asking them to quote for a full property valuation.

Are you a Registered Valuer? Want to promote your services to home buyers? To find out how you can be featured on this page from as little as $20 per month, email [email protected] or call 021 722 017.

* Top Referrer  Hometopia is top referrer of traffic to these Registered Valuers' websites. Source: Similarweb July 2017. 

Before making an offer or bidding at auction, any buyer should have some sort of property valuation to hand. Often a full registered valuation will be required by the lender (at the buyer’s expense) as a condition of the home loan, although increasingly the big banks are satisfied referring to automated valuations provided by

Even if your lender doesn’t require a registered valuation, you may still want to commission one from a professional valuer to ensure you get expert advice and don’t pay well above the market value for a home. When a house is for sale by negotiation, or with a specified asking price, a buyer can make an offer subject to a valuation condition as part of the due diligence process, and will only have to pay the cost of the property valuation report (usually $400 - $800 depending on the size of the house) once both parties have agreed an acceptable sale price. However, as with pre-purchase building inspections, things can start getting expensive in a hurry if you keep missing out at auctions and undertake a full registered valuation every time.

Use the links above to check out registered valuers in your area to find one that suits your requirements before asking them for a quote for a property valuation.