What's the difference between my home’s worth & it's comparative estimated value?
A home’s “estimated value” is commonly determined by a comparative market analysis or an appraisal. A home’s ‘worth’ is determined by what a buyer will pay for it.
Can I use the Internet to find my home’s value?
There are many online services and companies who can crunch numbers and give you an overview of your estimated home value. Figuring out what your home may really be worth can be unpredictable. Several factors impact your home’s “estimated value” and using a qualified and knowledgeable agent can help you understand the difference between the “estimated value” of your home and its’ “worth”. To estimate your home’s value in your area, request a market analysis buy filling out the following form.
How much does it cost?
A comparative market analysis is an informal estimate of your home’s market value. A real estate agent makes an analysis based primarily on sales of comparable homes in the neighborhood. Compared to home appraisals, which typically cost approximately $400, a comparative market analysis may be obtained at no cost.
What’s my home worth?
For a more detailed analysis of your home’s value, please contact one of our knowledgeable agents who can provide you with a complete market analysis that is unique for your specific home. For personal results send an email to: email@example.com