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in the spring of 2012 I refinanced for a lower interest rate on my home. Since the refinance, I remodeled a lot of the house to include refinishing hardwood floors, adding closet space, and replacing much of the trim along with new paint all around the interior.My appraiser asked me how much I need the home to appraise for which I found odd. I told him at least $190k and that was the exact number he calculated it to be in the end.
My question here is: I had a sellers agent complete a CMA on the house this week (over a year later) and she estimated $228,700. I would like to know if this could be possible, or too far fetched. Any advice anyone could provide would be hugely appreciated. I don't want to get overexcited about the addition of so much new equity.Thanks
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Since year ago the housing market value increased again in most areas but not all. The CMA, which your agent has completed is / should be based on the last 90 days similar homes sales prices, which are in your sub-division or within one mile of your home to reflect the true value of your home.
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