Thinking of selling your home?
Before you can put your house in the market, the first thing you need to do is to know what your home is worth. Setting the right price for your home can be a bit of a challenge. However, with the help of an experienced Real Estate agent, this process may be done smoothly by getting you a Comparative Market Analysis for your home.
A comparative market analysis is prepared by a local listing agent to estimate the price of your home. The market value of a dwelling is determined by buyers. Because the real estate market fluctuates frequently, the traditional way to identify market value is to review other homes that sold in recent months. Current homes on the market are not valid estimations since there is no means to foresee what they will finally sell for or if they will sell at all. When preparing a comparative market analysis, real estate brokers attempt to locate comparable property and in similar areas. It is not always feasible to use close matches, so adjustments are often made to compensate for differing features. Condition, square footage, features, and other factors are noted. Not all property amenities add value and the dollar value of adjustments rarely equal the cost of upgrades. (Bradford Pratt at REMAX on the Charles)
To request a complimentary comparative market analysis,you can click on this link or contact Bradford Pratt at 781-316-5760 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Darleen Foster at (617) 448-7894, email her at DarleenFoster@Remax.net. For further information on marketing a home for sale, review the other articles on this website.