What is my property worth?

The number one question I get asked by sellers or property owners during a listing appointment is “What’s my property worth and what’s my take home after closing?”. Well you’ve come to the right place! This form here allows you to enter in information about your property so I can do what I call a “Preliminary Market Analysis”. What’s that you ask?

A Preliminary Market Analysis is simply just a way of showing what your property may be worth by looking at comparable properties that have sold within the past year in our MLS system. I can do quite a bit of research from the computer and come up with a price range of what your property may be worth without having to come visit in person. Some folks may ask “Why not just set up a listing appointment in person to meet with the property owner?” This is definitely the preferred method as it allows me to physically tour the property with the one person who will know more about the property than I ever will: the owner. The reasoning behind this form & doing a “Preliminary Market Analysis” is because not all people have the time to meet with a Realtor in person, not to mention the commotion COVID-19 has brought to our country, just so they could get their questions answered about their property value. This form allows me to inform potential sellers what the value of their property might be and what they can expect to pay at closing.

I find that the more informed and educated the seller is, the smoother the transaction will be. So, if you’ve been on the fence about selling or just want to know what your property might be worth please feel free to fill out this form and I can get back to you within 24-48 hours via phone call, email or text with a property value range & estimated closing costs!

Please be as honest as possible when describing your property. The purpose of the description is to provide me with any detailed information that would either positively or negatively impact your property value. The more honest the description is the more accurate the market analysis.

This will represent an estimated sale price range for this property. It is not the same as the opinion of value in an appraisal developed by a licensed appraiser under the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.