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Property sales and valuation products and services

Property valuation and sales data

The Valuer-General collects property information in order to determine statutory valuations of rateable parcels of land in Queensland. A range of property data from the valuation roll is made available; and can be purchased through our business centres (see our fee list below).

Fee list

Product/service

Description

Fee

Abbreviated sale

Shows sale for a particular property including vendor and purchaser names in text format

fee 2333 per property sale

Full sale search

Shows current sale for a particular property including vendor and purchaser names in text format

fee 2325 per property sale

Property sales map A4

Recent sale price and date for all properties in selected area in map format

fee 1389 per map

Property sales map A3

Recent sale price and date for all properties in selected area in map format

fee 1390 per map

Property sales map A2, A1, A0

Recent sale price and date for all properties in selected area in map format

fee 1391 per map

Valuation map A4

Recent sale price and date, current and new valuation for all properties in selected area in map format

fee 1397 per map

Valuation map A3

Recent sale price and date, current and new valuation for all properties in selected area in map format

fee 1398 per map

Valuation map A2, A1, A0

Recent sale price and date, current and new valuation for all properties in selected area in map format

fee 1399 per map

Copy of certificate of valuation

 

fee 2316

Certified copy of an extract of an entry on the valuation roll

 

fee 2318

Bulk extracts of data

Value-added resellers of property data can obtain bulk extracts from the Queensland Valuation and Sales (QVAS) database, which can include personal information such as names and service addresses of vendors and purchasers, for a fee. For further information please email Valuation.Enquiries@dnrme.qld.gov.au.

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Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0)
Last updated
7 March 2018
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