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Can I get an estimate quote on my home if I give some information

2000 sq. feet. 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths fireplace, built in 2002, ceramic tile, recessed lighting, split bedroom arrangement. Entry way with ceramic tile, some carpet. Patio with French doors. High ceilings. 7 miles out of town on highway frontage property. Sits back off road on 10 acres with pond.
  • July 06 2013 - McAlester
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An option is to contact a Realtor in the McAlester area.  He/She can provide a blind estimate or an on-site estimate. The estimate will probably be a range and not considered a true appraisal.  We do them for free, all the time, in the OKC Metro area.

Best of luck!
  • July 06 2013
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If you are looking for an estimate of value, I sincerely doubt anyone is going to be able/willing to do so - sight unseen - over a forum. Zillow's Zestimates are an automated algorithm, an example of many that are available online.

If you are looking to sell, I'm sure many REAs would be willing to provide a CMA in the hopes of acquiring your listing. If you choose to go this route, get multiple CMAs and compare both value, methodology, and comparables used.

If you're trying to avoid REAs, your best bet is to pay a few $$$ to get an actual appraisal (which, when all-is-said-and-done, is still yet-another-estimate-of-value).
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