We get this question all the time. Your home is only worth what a buyer is willing to pay. You can price it where you need to price it, but a buyer is going to look at the comparables that agents are going to help them with. Depending on supply and demand, they will pay what it’s worth to them.
There are Zestimates online, you’ve probably heard of Zillow in the news lately. Those aren’t really accurate, they don’t take into consideration improvements and it’s really just an algorithm that they use to value homes. So your best bet is to contact a trusted, successful real estate agent and get them in, get the information, and get the facts that you need to make a good decision.
If a buyer’s financing they have to have an appraisal most times some property needs to appraise out and again, it’s only worth what it’s worth to a buyer.
What is my house actually worth? Well, that depends on a few things. Laura Flood explains the importance of supply and demand, local comparables, and more. Click here to watch our Real View of Real Estate series:https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi… If you want to schedule a confidential call with Laura, reach out to us on our socials (@laurasrealestategroup) or visit our website, LaurasRealEstateGroup.com to get started.
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