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Home Evaluation Guide

  • How to determine the value of your home?
  • It’s hard to do it without visiting the property and here is why.
  • Feel, flow, and function of your home
  • Determining the home evaluation involves assessing various aspects of your property to determine its value accurately.
  • 1.       A licensed experienced professional real estate agent must gather Information that is relevant about your home, recent appraisals if any, and any renovations or upgrades you’ve made. Learn the history of your home, its characteristics, analyze the location and so much more.
  • 2.       Exterior Evaluation: Assess the condition of the exterior, including the roof, siding, windows, doors, and landscaping. Consider the curb appeal of your home and how it compares to other properties in the area.
  • 3.       Interior Evaluation: We evaluate each room in your home, noting the size, layout, and condition of the walls, floors, ceilings, and fixtures.
  • 4.  Check for any repairs or upgrades needed, such as painting, flooring replacement, or updating kitchen and bathroom fixtures.
  • 5.       We need to walk through and analyze and consider the flow and functionality of the space and how it meets the needs of potential buyers.
  • 6.       Mechanical Systems: Inspect your heating, and cooling system, plumbing, electrical wiring, and any other mechanical systems in your home. Note the age, condition, and maintenance history of each system, as well as any recent repairs or replacements.
  • 7.       All of the above will be able to produce a comprehensive Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) and a marketing plan to price your home according to market value to shine and perform well in the marketplace. Research recent sales of similar properties in your area to determine the market value of your home. We consider factors such as location, size, age, condition, and amenities when comparing your home to others. No website or calculator can replace a human being with experience.
  • 8.       Local Market Trends: Analyze current market trends in your area, including inventory levels, days on market, and pricing trends, recent sales. Consider factors such as seasonality, economic conditions, and buyer demand when assessing the marketability of your home.
  • 9.       An experienced professional can provide valuable insights into your home’s value, marketability, and potential areas for improvement. We don’t love giving you work but often that is why it is needed to position your home in the best light.
  • 10.   Following this guide and conducting a thorough evaluation of your home, you can gain a better understanding of its value and marketability, ultimately helping you make informed decisions when selling your property.

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