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How do I find out what my property is worth?

Must sell home. Have alot of acrage. House is large but needs fixing. Agent asking price I feel is low.  Before she post the ads, I'd like to know how much it's really worth.
  • June 21 2012 - Mullica Township
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user7016756 -

We have provided a Zestimate value for homes that has sufficient public or user added information on the website. However, it is not an actual appraisal of the home. It is a starting point in determining a home's value.

Try to look up for you property by clicking on the Homes link and then type in your address to check if your home on the website.

Click on the link for more information about the Zestimate.

Thank you.

Erwin
Zillow Customer Support
  • June 22 2012
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Ask you realtor for a list of everything sold  in your area in the past year and everything currently on the market that is similar to your property. If your property is unique, you may have to look at the most similar ones and adjust. Once you have a list of properties, sit down with your realtor and compare features, amenities, and lifestyle benefits. Visit the active listings and look at them as if you were a buyer. If you have more acreage, a nicer home or other improvements to the home or property or if your property has a location, characteristics or features that are desirable to today's buyers, you may be able to sell for a higher price than your neighbors. Conversely, if your home needs work, improvements or has any negative features you can expect to receive lower offers.

Today's buyers want to get the biggest bang for their buck. They'll pay more if they're getting more.
  • June 21 2012
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