Increasing Home Appraisal

October 1, 2008 at 7:00 am Leave a comment

There are all kinds of ways to raise your house appraisal. Some of the ways people raise their house appraisal is by going through the home and seeing what improvements can be made to increase the price before you list it for sale.

First, you want to have the home appraised to get the current market value. Get in touch with your local appraiser for a professional appraisal. Expect to spend around $300 and wait at least two weeks for them to be available. If waiting and spending so much money isn’t something that interests you, connect with a local real estate agent to receive a free comparative market analysis. can connect you (instantly, in some cases) with a local real estate agent to schedule a meeting for your free CMA.

Some ways to raise your house appraisal price would be to:

  • Make sure their will be no problems for the new homeowner when they purchase the home.
  • Check the carpets and vinyl flooring. If they look bad, replace them.

There are lots of things you can do for how to raise your house appraisal… you’ll probably be able to do a lot of the work yourself. Before doing these improvements you will first need to make sure that they are cost effective to you and you afford to come up with the money for all the repairs and upgrades.

These are some of the questions you are going to have to ask yourself when trying to find ways to raise your house appraisal. It can get costly to put out money to raise your house appraisal, especially if the home is really old and needs to be updated.

The object of finding ways to raise your house appraisal is to do as much as you can without putting out a lot of money.


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