Fernanda is correct - the only way to know how much your house is worth is to contact a Realtor or licensed appraiser and have them come out to your house.Best of luck!
It doesn't seem like we have the full story here. If you just bought it and you hate it, I would suggest giving yourself some time to make it feel like "home"If you have lived there a long time and you have gone through the motions of decorating, changing it up, moving things etc then you should consult a realtor in your area and ask them what your options are for selling the home and moving some place else.If none of those options work, then you will need to make the best of it. There must be something you like enough about the house when you moved there in the first place.Best of luck to you!
The first thing I would suggest is calling your Realtor's office and speaking with a manager about some of these issues. Above and beyond that I would recommend you seek an attorney's opinion since you are asking about a legal subject. Good luck to you!
Underwriters are trying to establish your ability to pay your mortgage payment. They are allowed to go through your bank statements with a fine toothed comb. It's their job.
Your best bet is to choose a few realtors to interview. They will come to your home and do a comparative market analysis and listing presentation. This will tell you how much you can list your home for in your specific area. Values vary greatly from neighborhood to neighborhood and the value placed on improvements changes easily with time. A Realtor who actually sees your property is the most accurate person to help you! Good luck!
Have you asked your realtor? That's what they are there for! Homes are always valued based on comparable homes in the same neighborhood sold withing a short time frame.If you don't have a realtor, you should look in to hiring one. Good luck!
Like others have stated - you should contact a Realtor in your area and have them do an analysis of your property. You never know what people are looking for - I have some buyers right now that would LOVE a property with those stats. If you are in Southeast Michigan let me know! :)An experienced Realtor will know how to market this property the best way - good luck to you!
Make Me Move is a feature on Zillow that allows the homeowner to claim their property and put a price up that would make you move. This is not listing your home for sale of course, but if someone is interested in your area and there are not any homes available for sale it gives the opportunity for them to contact you.
Saline, Dexter and Chelsea are great recommendations for smaller towns, highly rated schools and sizable lots. These are all in Wastenaw County. Ann Arbor is favorable to many as well and there are many condos for rent if you wanted to check out the area and schools before committing to a purchase. Good luck!
Dispute your Zestimate?If so, here is a link describing Zestimates and explaining more about the coverage and accuracy.http://www.zillow.com/howto/DataCoverageZestimateAccuracy.htm