What is Your Home Worth?
Many factors go into pricing your home, including:
Analyzing the homes that have sold in your area.
Comparing the condition of the homes sold, including how many bedrooms, bathrooms, garage, and the year built with your home. Some homes sold might have had updates like new carpet, paint, lighting, new appliances, improved bathrooms and kitchens, which should be taken into account.
Assessing the neighborhood and location of your home in the city. When there is residential or commercial growth in a neighborhood this can help increase home values. When there is industrial growth or declining residential areas this can decrease values.
I will be glad to email you a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) but remember it is important to view the property to give a true assessment of value.