Hey guys, I understand the best way to do a valuation is doing comparable sales in the last 6 months and within 1km ring. A few questions if you don't mind: 1. Would you go even further than 1km, such as doing comparable sales for the whole suburb? 2. If comparing with sales in the last 6-12 months, can you then take into account the average growth for the suburb in the last 6-12 months and adjust the value of the sold property by that amount? 3. If there are very few (or no) recent comparable sales (same block size, number of rooms, bathrooms and garages), how much more would 4/1/1 be worth compared to 3/1/1 (fourth room)? 4. How much more would 3/2/1 be worth compared to 3/1/1 (second bathroom)? 5. How much more would 4/2/1 be worth compared to 4/1/1 (second bathroom)? 6. How about an extra lock-up garage, e.g. 3/1/2 vs 3/1/1? 7. If one property has a block of land that is 100sqm larger, would the expected difference in price be 100sqm x (price of 1sqm)? Let's assume an average suburb in Brisbane, of a median house price, and also let's assume the two properties are on the same street, as well as typical construction costs for a bedroom/bathroom/garage (nothing fancy).