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Do you know what your home is worth?


Every homeowner should know what their home is worth. Our team can pull together a free market analysis of your home, no strings attached! Here’s what we'll do: 

  • Research local performance reports to assess where your home comes in.

  • Study the target market and neighborhood in detail.

  • Run multiple estimated market value reports given today's climate.

  • Study properties comparable to yours.

The end result? You’ll receive a custom market analysis of your home with in-depth insights that will help you plan your next move. 


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"Why are homes priced so differently?"

One thing we get asked all the time:

Why are homes in the same neighborhood priced so differently?

Sadly, sometimes, it's user error. A seller took the bad advice to price high and "see what happens." (Side note: Don't do that. It prolongs the process, frustrates buyers, and flat-out won't get you top dollar. Rant over.)

As a local agents, we can tell you that pricing a home can be a bit like putting together a puzzle. But once the pieces are there, everything comes together to reveal a home that's priced just as it should be for buyers AND sellers. That said, here's how we determine the price of a home:

  • Step 1: Research Comparable Homes: Your agent digs deep into recent sales of homes that are similar to the one you're interested in. Size, location, age, and condition are key factors they consider.

  • Step 2: Factor in Market Conditions: Is it a buyer's or seller's market? Your agent analyzes trends to see how they affect the demand and supply in the area.

  • Step 3: Adjust for Unique Features: A house isn't just four walls and a roof, right? Your agent takes into account special features, like a pool or an upgraded kitchen, that can make a difference in the price.

  • Step 4: Put it All Together: Using all this info, your agent creates a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) that helps them pinpoint the right price range for your home.

Now, here's the thing: pricing a home isn't an exact science. There are lots of variables to consider, and it can be tricky to get it just right. That's why it's so important to work with an experienced agent who can help you avoid overpricing or underpricing your home.

**Please note that a CMA is not an appraisal of your home. Rather, it shows what your home may sell for in the current market. The estimate given CMA may change depending on market conditions and the time of creation. It is not a guarantee.

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