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How do I find the value of an unoccupied home?

Looking to find the price for my property? Looking to sells a home that we have not lived in for 6 years
Asked By Jacquelyn N. | Bakerstown, PA | 461 views | Tips Advice | 1 year ago
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Tony McMahon

eXp Realty


Contact a local Real Estate agent and ask if they would do a CMA for you. Most would do it for you at no charge in hopes of earning your business. They can also give you helpful hints on what you could do to raise the value.
Peter MacIntyre

Re/Max Real Estate Professionals East Lansing


Feel free to give the MacIntyre and Cowen Team a call at (517)999-2675. We would be more than happy to help.
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Michelle ( Missy) Walden

eXp Realty


I would definitely reach out to a local agent. Do your homework to find someone that really knows the community your home is located in. See if they can meet you at the home so they can actually see the overall condition of the house since you have not lived in it for 6 years. It is a good time to sell even if you want to sell "as is" but be strategic in your pricing. If it needs a lot of love the agent might have investors that will be interested, Good luck!
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Steven Hunt

Real Broker NY LLC


Contact an agent in your are to help you with a Comparative Market Analysis. That will help you understand the range the property is in. The real estate agent will guide you on what pricing strategy makes sense and if there are any ways to maximize the value of your home. Hope this helps. If you need some contacts I would be happy to het those for you. 518-526-4964
Andrew Sabella

RE/MAX Town & Valley II


Contacting a local real estate agent to take a look and give you market value for sure.
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Lindsey Stansbury

EXIT Real Estate Property Solutions


Hi Jacquelyn, the best way to find the market value of a home in by connecting with a local Realtor. If you would like assistance finding an expert I can be reached at [email protected]

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