The internet can be a good tool for home sellers by providing them with information about how their home might be positioned in the current market. However, did you know that there is a great deal of suspect and inaccurate information on the web in regard to real estate, particularly home values? Some of it comes from court tax records, which are notoriously inaccurate value statistics. Other value estimates on the web come simply from gathering listing price data. Your home has unique features that will affect the price, but how would an internet site know that when they've never stepped foot in your home or even your neighborhood?
Don't believe inaccurate home value numbers on sites like Zillow, Realtor.com, and Trulia. Instead, trust a local real estate professional to give you a much better estimate through actual sales data from the MLS® (Multiple Listing Service). If you fill in some home information in the form on this page, I’ll:
Develop a market report of similar homes to yours in your neighborhood that have sold recently.
Send you that report with details and photos of the homes, as well as the prices at which they were listed and finally sold.
Give you my interpretation of the current market for homes like yours, near yours, and in your home’s price range.
This report will be compiled of accurate, actual sold property information chosen by me, an experienced agent in your area. Fill in the form and get the real story on what your home is worth.