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how do i find the resale value of a home?

  • July 31 2011 - Spring
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Talk to a Realtor in the area where you are thinking of buying. A realtor caqn pull up the recently sold comparables, to give you a close aproximation of what the property will sell for. In this fast paced market of Arizona, comps. are changing every quarter. So ask the rrealtor to do a 3 month search for you. Most of us are on the computers daily, and will be glad to accomodate you.
  • August 24 2011
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Ill get you the information free of charge and no obligation.  Shoot me an email with the details and Ill get you the info. 
  • August 13 2011
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Ask a local Realtor to do a market analysis for you.  Most of us provide this as a free service, otherwise, if you need something more formal, you can hire an appraiser for about $400.

The zestimate that zillow offers doesn't work for us in TX because it's a non disclosure state and since they use public data to compute it, the zestimate is very flawed.

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  • July 31 2011
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