The “What’s My Home Worth” Troll
“What’s My Home Worth?” A marketing hook equally brilliant and meaningless. A report automatically generated with the click of a button gives you a round number based on municipal records and sometimes other general data. What it accomplishes effectively is adding your name to a list of contacts that is sent to those who offer to pay for it.
Why not make the most important decision in the home selling process for yourself: Which local listing agent will you choose to hire?
“Free Market Evaluations” do exist. These are a basic, stage-one component of what your agent of choice will do for you, usually with 12-24 hours. Insight varies depending on the agent.
Thinking of selling? Good timing! I’d like to offer you a free, personalized market report on your home. Then we can meet to discuss its implications, have a Q&A, and talk proactive strategy.
Here are links to my most recent listings and their results:
407 College SE
Listed $249,900, Sold Full Price, Discount for Inspections issues, $248,700, 3 Offers
Facilitated cleaning and refinishing hardwood floors.
110 East Elm
List $114,900, Sold $120,000, 3 Offers
List $127,000, Sold $129,900
Facilitated cleaning, painting, and refinishing hardwood floors
130 Ann Street
List $110,000, Sold $111,650, 2 Offers
321 Diamond NE
List $147,000, Sold $155,000, 5 Offers
505 Cherry SE #203
We purchased for $109,900 in 2014
Sold for $127,000 in 2015.
Services I Offer:
Analysis, Repairs & Renovation through my company, Advice on Staging, Advice on your next step
Referrals I Offer:
Staging, Major Repairs, Appraisals, Lenders