Maybe you're thinking of selling, maybe you're thinking of refinancing, or maybe you're just curious about the market. But the question is, "What is that domicile of your's worth?”
Such a simple question should be returned with a simple answer, right? Unfortunately, determining the value of your home--or any home for that matter--can be a tricky process. You can go online and there are endless websites that will promise you a fast answer with fancy charts and graphs. As tempting as it may be to trust this information, be wary of letting a computer program tell you what your largest investment is worth.
The trouble with these websites is that they have little to no local market information. They are not aware that the home that sold last week around the corner from you is in need of rehabilitation, or even about the new park being built in your neighborhood. And above all these websites have no idea that you've lovingly cared for and maintained your home.
The bottom line is this: If you're serious about getting an informative valuation for your home you should contact a local real estate professional. Here at eXp Realty in Lawton, our agents work with the actual people who will ultimately determine the value of your home--the home buyer themselves. This is our profession and one of our agents will be happy to sit with you and explain the current market conditions that affect your home value.
You may contact our office directly by calling 580-713-2500 or through our website www.lawtonexp.com
Author:Nelson Marrero Phone: 580-678-2502 Dated: September 23rd 2016 Views: 155 About Nelson: ...
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