If you’re like most people who are thinking of selling, there are many factors going into your decision. You might be thinking about where you’ll go if you sell, whether it’s the right time to move, and how much your house is worth.
Naturally, you don’t want to sell your house unless it feels right.
One of the most important things you can do (in fact, you should do this before you worry about anything else) is to check the estimated value of your home.
If selling your home wouldn’t benefit you—or worse, if it would financially harm you—the rest of those factors fall to the wayside.
Checking the Estimated Value of Your Home
The best way to check the estimated value of your home is by talking to an experienced Dave Roberts Realtor®. Your Realtor can do a comparative market analysis, or CMA, to give you the best idea of what your home is worth.
A comparative market analysis uses data from the surrounding market. Because it requires local market knowledge and an interpretation of related home prices, your agent is best qualified to give you an estimate.
When you choose to sell your home, your buyer’s lender will need a formal appraisal that gives you the precise dollar amount that reflects what your home is worth. A CMA is intended to give you an estimated worth so that you know how to price your home.
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We have prequalified buyers looking for homes all over the Dry Creek Valley area. I’ll use our in-depth knowledge to market your home and get it in front of all the right people, leveraging our experience to get you the results you deserve.