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In order to gather the right comparable sales you need to know the effective date for the last tax assessment on your home. You also need to know the time period studied by the local assessor in determining the reassessments. Otherwise your comparable sales may be disqualified. Confirm these two factors with you local assessor, then start gathering comparable sales. For example, many states have a January 1 effective date for assessments and assessors study sales for the 12 to 18 months before that date. Sales after January 1 may be disqualified as they will be used to determine next year's assessments. Agents who volunteer to prepare a Competitive Market Analysis (CMA) should also follow this advice if they want to be effective.
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