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Appraisers and agents in our area use comps from the past 6 months. So your appraisal is well within that time period. The appraiser looks at the current home sales to appraise your property. I think you have a good idea from the appraisal as to the value of the home. I have appraisers call me from time to time to find out the condition of properties I've listed and sold. They do try to come up with the best comparison properties they can.Call a local title company to help you with the sale. They should be able to tell you where to get a purchase agreement and will help you with the rest of the paperwork. You've had the inspection and sound happy with it.Good Luck with your purchase,Christine
I would strongly suggest having an appraisal done if you haven't already. That will at least establish a fair market value and a starting point. That way you will not be burning any bridges with family members.
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