If you’re working with a real estate agent to list your property, you can expect them to give you a comparative market analysis (CMA) that includes selected houses for sale in your neighborhood. While this is a good starting point when deciding your home’s listing price, you shouldn’t stop there. A pre-listing appraisal will provide your real estate team with a detailed analysis of the most recent comparable sales and an accurate description of your condo’s features
An overpriced home will not attract potential buyers, which means no offers, no closing and wasted time, money, and effort. An underpriced home means low ball offers and thousands of dollars in value lost. To maximize your profit and minimize your home’s time on the market, it’s in your best interest to have an objective, third-party opinion before signing the listing agreement.
That’s where Divorce Home Appraisals comes in.
A pre-listing appraisal report will help you decide on an attractive selling price so your property draws in buyers, and:
- Provide expert advice when negotiating once you find a prospective buyer
- Provide written proof of your property’s state, inside and out
- Eliminate last-minute repair hassles
- Cut down the chances of unknown problems that can cause your sale to fizzle
- Cut the wait for the buyer’s appraisal, assuring the sale will go through
Investing in a professional appraisal could reveal unique qualities that result in a higher market value for your home. Don’t risk leaving several thousand dollars on the closing table. Contact Divorce Home Appraisals for an appraisal you can trust.