Real Estate and Property Professionals

By: Terranet  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Real Estate, Property Boundaries

Terranet provides the most up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive online property information for property professionals in New Zealand!

Terranet offers you, as a property professional, the flexibility to choose the relevant property information you need, without the ongoing commitment of monthly subscription fees.

Smarter, Faster, Trusted Property Information

Terranet is the perfect way to:

  • Verify ownership of a particular property
  • Check whether the property has any caveats, right of way issues, or other interests lodged against it
  • View the property’s previous sale history as well as its current Rateable Value
  • Examine property boundaries using high-resolution aerial imagery
  • Assist clients to determine the value of their home with Terranet’s Home Valuer (Automated Valuation Model)
  • Analyse any Building Consents issued against a property

Introducing Property Guru

Available only to Real Estate Agents and Valuers, Terralink International’s Property Guru is an online subscription based service. Property Guru acts as a hub for the property information gathering process, containing essential details about every New Zealand property, all in one convenient source. Based on a property, street or neighbourhood, it provides comparable sales information (Current Market Appraisal reporting), property boundaries, aerial imagery, valuation, and ownership information.

With the recent delivery of Property Guru’s additional modules, you can now be at the top of your game by accessing property information faster, easier and more cost effectively.

Keywords: Property Boundaries, Real Estate

Other products and services from Terranet


Terranet - Products and Services

Using the urgent delivery option of the legal document ordering function within Terranet, users are able to receive their legal documents within 30 minutes of ordering. The Home Valuer Report provides an estimated valuation of any residential property in New Zealand, which is generated using Terranetâ??s Automated Valuation Model. Terranet offers a faster, smarter means of obtaining legal property documents, such as a Certificate of Title.


Terranet - Banking and Finance Solutions

Terranet also offers high-resolution aerial photographs covering most areas of New Zealand, as well as boundary maps, community profiles from Statistics NZ, schools and school zoning, and market rent statistics for most areas. Terranet has been the major supplier of property information to top banks, finance companies, real estate agents, lawyers, government, and corporate clients for over 10 years.


Terranet - Home Buyer and Seller

Find out who owns a property, its Rateable Value, the price it last sold for, and what other properties in your area are selling for. Terranet will provide a smarter, faster, and more cost effective means to obtain the property information you need. Because you are making critical decisions on buying and selling property, donâ??t risk leaving any stone unturned. Choose from a comprehensive suite of reports and information.


Terranet - Property Sales Report

The Sales Report provides details on the land and floor area, the number of parking spaces, as well as the building age, and the construction and condition of a property. The most recent valuation is not provided in this report - see the Property Valuation Report or Property Sales and Valuation Report for more information. The Property Sales Report provides the sales history of a property, including the Rateable Value at the time of sale.


Terranet - Property Title Report

It summarises details such as the land area, the Certificate of Title reference and its date of issue, as well as the legal descriptions that make up the property title. The Property Title Report provides a snapshot of the property title information from a property’s Certificate of Title, including the legal owners of the property.


Terranet - Property Title Transaction Report

Certain Memorials such as Leases, Transfers in Ownership, Mortgages, Caveats and Easements must be listed against the title of land that they apply to. The Property Title Transaction Report provides an overview of any interests registered against the property on the Certificate of Title.