Home Valuation Research

October 2, 2008 at 6:00 am Leave a comment

You’ve been reading the headlines and looking at the state of the housing market. You’re starting to wonder, “how much is my house worth?

There are a few options you have when seeking how much your house is worth. Real estate appraisers are available by phone, can come to your home, and do a complete appraisal on your property to answer your question. Appraisers will give you an accurate price of the value of your home and as many as three comparable properties.

Discovering how much your house is worth is often the first step for people looking to sell their home and those looking to refinance a home loan. In order to get approved for mortgage refinancing, banks need proof of a professional appraisal.

Appraisers can cost as little as $300, or as much as $500. They also take as much as two weeks to have space for you in their schedule. There is another option, however, which is totally free to find out how much your house is worth. Real estate agents can complete a Comparative Market Analysis, which is similar in some respects to an appraisal, for free. Having a real estate agent find your home value with a CMA is free and can be done quickly, the same day.

Consider having a free CMA done by a real estate agent to discover how much your house is worth. GetMyHomesValue can connect you with a local real estate agent, instantly in some cases.


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