Ever wonder what your house is worth? The short answer is easy: A house is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. The Long answer depends on market conditions, upgrades, desirability, & months of Inventory in your neighborhood.
Step 1 Address
The starting point in determining your home value-You will be asked to provide your complete address.
Step 3 Upgrades
Upgrades can increase your home's value as compared to other similar homes that have sold. Some Examples would include a new pool, deck, outdoor kitchen, wood flooring, patio.
Once the address is known, we can now compare similar properties that have sold in your neighborhood the last 6 months. Note: We can only go back 6 months as this is what a buyer's lender will be using for the potential buyer's appraisal.
Step 4 Appraisal
Lenders require a home appraisal before they'll approve a mortgage, but as a property owner, you can hire an appraiser to appraise your home ahead of time. More than 1/4 (28%) of U.S. Homeowners determine their home's value through an appraisal. By already having the appraisal done ahead of time you can list with confidence that you are selling your home at the correct price.
Price your home correctly from the get go and your home will Sell Quickly and maybe even have competing offers on your property!
Your Realtor For Life
Professionalism, Great Communication, Timely Reporting, and a 5 Star experience is what you can expect when you hire Travis Harris as your Realtor.
If You Decide To Sell Your Home....Yes it will cost money!
Hiring an agent may cost more in commissions, but it will take a lot of the guesswork out of selling. In addition it will save you time-which is valuable, and more importantly a great agent can keep you from getting potentially sued from buyers by disclosing important facts & handling all of the paperwork on your behalf.