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Find any NZ property RV value, on a map, for free!

Find any NZ property RV value, on a map, for free!

Aug 11, 2014 - WiseMove.co.nz is a brand new innovative property portal, offering capital, land and rates values for over 1.3M New Zealand properties.

Wondering how much your next property purchase might be? ... find out!
Wondering how much a block of land might be worth? ... find out!
Are you paying too much in rates to comparable properties? ... find out!


"Until now, finding out market values - wether it be your own home to sell, or another to purchase - has been difficult." said Dan Rosher - founder of WiseMove.co.nz. "But with Wisemove.co.nz we've created a free tool for anyone to get an unbiased value on those properties, that's useful to buyers and sellers. This is unique in New Zealand and only available on Wisemove.co.nz".
Wisemove.co.nz has created a unique way of viewing RV values as a property heatmap, which show the average of any RV value across NZ. At greater zoom levels this is displayed as individual values for each property across NZ.

At Wisemove.co.nz, we understand that buying a house isn't just about the property purchase:
Wisemove.co.nz also shows the closest schools on the map, along with relevant information including the decile rating, school roll and where available the school boundary by hovering over the school marker.

For each property for sale, you can view it's title boundary on a map, the number of title owners and when the title was issued. We also show this for surrounding properties.

Wisemove.co.nz aims to provide information and tools to New Zealanders, so that they can make a more informed decision and make their next move a Wise one

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