Watch this Video First I want to be brutally honest with you about something that’s going to be very important to know, should you decide to put your home up for sale. It’s about the price that you choose to put your home on the market for. I want to give you the honest truth […]
The Internet is swimming in offers for free, instant home price valuations. They’re all over Google search results, Facebook, Craigslist, and just about every Realtor web site. You can look up a home’s value on Zillow, eppraisal.com, and thousands of other sites which promise instant, online and accurate real estate valuations. But the truth is, […]
In the quest to come up with an easy and instant home price estimate, plenty of sellers visit web sites for online real estate price evaluations, such as Zillow, Trulia, eppraisal.com, often with less than satisfactory results. This shouldn’t be much of a surprise; there are many factors going into a home’s value, and these […]
A Real Estate CMA or comparative market analysis of a property’s market price, generated for a home owner or potential buyer by a real estate professional. CMAs are typically created solely from multiple listing service data, but can include data from public records as well. They’re convenient reports that help homeowners clearly see what their […]
With so many tools out there – online valuations, Realtor CMA, and professional appraisers reports, the automated Realtor Property Report, you’re probably asking yourself, “Which real estate valuation should I trust?” Unless of course they are all coming in with very similar numbers, in which case, it’s likely that the market price of your home […]
Another tool for valuing property in recent years is the Realtor Property Resource (RPR). This is a product developed by the National Association of Realtors, and it delivers an automated valuation of properties by pulling data from the MLS. This tool is available to many Realtors nationwide, but not all, as it requires each MLS […]
I guess a lot of people think it doesn’t happen very often, what with the fact that we’re in a terrible housing crisis and property values are falling down all around us, kind of like federal tax dollars raining down in Alaska . … If you are interested in putting in an offer on a house, and you find that the seller of that house has attracted several offers in a short number of days, what should your offer strategy be? … Choice C is definitely the way to go when making an offer on a house that has received multiple offers in a short period of time. The reason for this is that, if there are more than, say, 2-3 offers on the property, it is likely that it will go for over asking price .