This report returns sales information for a range of sales, based on search criteria you specify.
Comprehensive information is returned for each sale, including the net sales price, capital value and sales date, as well as general property information such as floor and land area. Information for each property is displayed over multiple lines.
- Address The location of the property.
- Val Ref Each property has a unique number consisting of three parts:
- Vendor/purchaser The vendor name is always given first and is separated from the buyer name by a “/”. Vendor/purchaser names will not be displayed on sales records from 29/04/2003.
- Capital value The assessment of the probable price that would have been paid for the property if it had sold at the date of the last general revaluation. Capital value does not include chattels, stocks, crops, machinery, goodwill or plantation trees.
- Land value The probable price that would have been paid for just the land as at the date of valuation. The land value includes any development work which may have been carried out, such as, draining, excavation, filling, retaining walls, reclamation, grading, levelling, clearing of vegetation, fertility build-up, or protection from erosion or flooding.
- Improvements This is the difference between the capital and land values. It reflects the additional value given to the land by any buildings, other structures or cropping trees and vines present on the property, and any landscaping that adds value to the land.
- Trees value The value of any trees is not included in any valuation unless the trees are fruit trees, nut trees, vines, berryfruit bushes or live hedges.
- Rating value date The valuation date is the date at which the values are assessed. Each Local Authority has one valuation date applying to all its properties, often referred to as revision date. If a new improvement or subdivision is done after this date, it will be assessed as at the revision date to maintain uniformity.
- Net sale price Value for land and buildings only. Chattels and other considerations are excluded.
- Chattels This is the value for the fixtures & fittings purchased with the property.
- Other Anything included in the sale price that is not the property and chattels e.g. goodwill, stock, items of plant or machinery
- Sale type The descriptors are:
WHOLE: Only one entire property was involved in the transaction
MULTI: Two or more properties are involved in one transaction
PART: Applies only when a part of a property has been sold.
- Sale date This is the date when buyer and seller agree to the terms and conditions of the sale (including price) by signing the Sale and Purchase Agreement.
- Nature of improvements This is the types of buildings on the land.
- Land area The area of the property, in hectares. Where no size is given, it can be assumed that no specific area can be ascribed to the property.
- Floor area This denotes the total floor area of the principal structure and is given in square metres rounded to the nearest 10 square metres.
- Legal description The legal description is used to identify a parcel of land. See glossary for more information.
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