Discovering House Values

October 3, 2008 at 7:00 am Leave a comment

You’ve added an extra room, fixed up your kitchen, and remodeled your basement. Your home is much nicer now than when you bought it. So, now that all of those improvements are made, you’re wondering… what’s my house worth?

After all the time you’ve invested, your house is probably worth more. Is now a good time to sell, or not? Look at a list of how much other homes are being sold for in the newspaper. Is it higher than you expect? Are there people looking to move into your area? Maybe the school district is excellent and parents are moving in. These days, people probably aren’t willing to pay more than market value, but perhaps your home has a greater value than you thought.

Do you want to put your home in the real estate listings? Have you been planning to sell for a while? Repaint some rooms, fix that broken window, patch the walls, replace that dangling electrical socket. Your home will make a good impression on buyers. Start to envision buyer after buyer stepping through the hallways, examining each room, tapping on the doors to test the quality of the wood, trying to figure out how the radiator works. Like you, they will probably wonder to themselves while touring your home – “what’s this house worth?”

If you have been wondering “what’s my house worth” now could be the time to get an answer. can set you up with a qualified real estate professional who will examine your property closely to determine its fair market price.

Ready to get connected with a real estate agent in your area for a free home evaluation? Visit and type your zip code in the box on the right hand side of the site to begin receiving a free home value report.


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