Valuation of Your Home
The location of a home has long been one of the most important factors in affecting its value. Comparability can affect the value of a home as well. For example, the amount for which a home is appraised is directly linked to what comparable houses have sold for in the recent past. Amenities, the overall condition, and the neighborhood where the house is located are all things that can affect its value.
A key factor in selling your home is a proper valuation in order to properly price the home for sale. Before putting your home on the market as a savvy home seller you will want to obtain a comparative market analysis, also referred to in the industry as a CMA.
Pam can help with understanding the market as well as providing statistical data to properly structure your offering. Pam can provide the following data to make your pricing decisions appropriate.
Homes currently for sale.
Pending Listings: Formerly active listings that are under contract
Sold Listings: Homes that have closed within the past six months
Comparable Sales: Comparable sales are those that most closely resemble your home.
There are many factors to be considered when valuing your home for a successful sale and with Pam's thorough knowledge and experience of the local market she will be your best selling asset.