Last month we talked about some of the technology that has hit the property market. Since then, we’ve been introduced to Refer Queensland Globe – a fantastic tool that turns physical, geographical and spatial data about a particular location into map format.
It is particularly useful for land valuations, allowing you to view annual statutory land valuation data. The idea is to help you understand your valuation – and the local property market – better.
It displays land valuations for the 22 local authorities receiving annual land valuations in 2018, plus the current valuations for the remaining local authorities.
You can find the following information:
- property identification number (Property ID) – a unique number given to every property
- real property description – the legal description of the lands contained within the valuation
- total lots – number of lots included in the property valuation
- current valuation – valuation determined at the last valuation date (prior to this year’s valuation).
- current valuation date – date at which last valuation was determined (prior to this year’s valuation)
- new valuation – valuation determined at this year’s valuation.
- new valuation date – date at which this year’s valuation occurred
- area – the size (area of land) of the property being valued
- valuation rate – rate per hectare (ha) or square metres (m2)
- local government area
- valuation type (unimproved or site value)
You can check it out here: qldglobe.information.qld.gov.au