Sell My Ardross Home

Are you contemplating selling your Ardross property? We offer free appraisals on houses, units, apartments and land. Our appraisers determine the value of a property according to its location to shops, schools, public transport and recent sales history. We have a database of buyers and investors that are interested in purchasing real estate in Ardross. You can sell your home privately, at a fixed price or go to auction.

Our appraisal is thorough and we will walk you through the process. We market all our properties for sale or rent via real estate portals, social media and our own website.

Real Estate Trends Ardross

Real Estate Appraisal Ardross WA 6153 In the past year, there were 71 homes sold in Ardoss. This realised an annual capital growth of 1.89%. The 12-month capital growth for houses is -9.05%. The Demand to Supply Ratio is rated as balanced. A balanced market means there are equal buyers and sellers. If a seller is in a hurry to sell their home a buyer may get a good price. Capital growth should stay in line with the national average.
House prices and rent returns in Ardross

  • 3 bedroom home $875,500 Rent per week $450
  • 4 bedroom home $1,057,000 Rent per week $625

Rental Appraisal Ardross

Do you have an investment property you want to rent? Appraising a home, apartment or unit is generally based on market prices. However, we have a list of potential tenants that are interested in specific suburbs of Perth. We vet all tenants and adopt a zero policy on rent fees in arrears. We tend to all maintenance issues and conduct routine inspections. Our landlords receive full documentation for tax accounting purposes.

Lifestyle in Ardross WA

Ardross is located 12 kilometres south of the Perth central business district. It is separated from Perth by the Swan River. There are 3 reserves The Wireless Hill Reserve, Al Richardson Reserve and the Shirley Stickland reserve. Wireless Hill was named after the first radio broadcast was delivered in WA. On the southern border, you will find the Garden City Shopping Centre. This complex is home to Hoyts, Myers, Woolworths, Kmart and 100’s of other stores and eateries.

At the last national Census, there were 4050 residents. Fifty-three per cent were married and five per cent of residents were in a de facto relationship. One half of the population works as managers and professionals. In the northern corner of Adross is the St Benedict’s School Kindergarten to Year 6.

View our list of recently sold Perth homes.

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