In today’s real estate market, many people may be unaware of the risks of using information found online when evaluating the value of a home.
Zillow offers quick information to buyers through its Zestimate—which this homeowner claims severely undervalued her property. My team and I have encountered sellers in the past who have had their heart set on a particular piece of information, whether it be a home value estimation from Zillow or the price they heard that a home sold for down the street.
But this information can be misleading. Recent studies have shown that 10% to 12% of estimates are either too low or too high compared to a property’s true market value.
The point here is that using a professional is very important. If you want to know the value of your home, don’t hesitate to contact us so that we can come in and do a free, no-obligation home equity evaluation audit of your property.
We’ll tell you not only how to get your property ready for sale but also what you should expect to sell your home for.
As one of the free tools at your disposal, we have something we call “The Top 10 Q’s” or “The Top 10 Questions to Ask When Selling.”
If you get in touch with us, we’ll not only send those out to you but also our “151 Steps to Selling for Top Dollar.” There is a very specific process that we’ve laid out to help you get as many buyers looking at your home as possible.
Ultimately, no automated algorithm can replace a true professional when it comes to finding your home’s worth and there are no better professionals than ours here at High Performance Real Estate Advisors.
If you’d like our help or have any other questions, feel free to reach out to us by giving us a call or sending an email. We look forward to hearing from you soon.