I am seeing so many comments on this subject about SC.SC has a bit different set up with Agents than other states. However, all Agents have a Broker with which their license is held.If you are not happy with the service you are obtaining (or lack or service), contact their Broker!!!If that does not get you what you need, there are governing bodies in each state. Realtors that are competent, knowledgeable,and working in the best interest of their client are many times judged by those in the industry who are not.Believe me, we want those that are not, educated, or disciplined.
Miff,Call on a local Realtor. They have the expertise and resources to get valid numbers for you.Most will do it for you at no charge.Good Luck with the numbers,Rita
Corrine,I looked up your home on Zillow. It has been syndicated from a another site "Source: Owners.com Featured"You can claim the property on Zillow and delete the ad. However, if it stays on other sites that syndicate it will probably show up again.Hope this helps,Rita
Merrilee,I believe that if you are asking the question you probably think it is an issue. So paint!Rita
Jack,Realtors in Kentucky do not pay attention to the Zestimates with the exception of explaining to our clients that they mean nothing here.The information they use comes from public records and not anything connected with the MLS systems we use In Kentucky.So, do not fret about it.There is an owner estimate in the lower section of the listing if you wish to voice your opinion of the value.Just click on the edit link.Hope this helps,Rita
Paul,Is there a question here? If so, I believe we need more information from you.
Vicki,Have you spoken with an Realtor? A good Realtor should be able to price your home for you or you could pay an Appraiser to do a full blown appraisal. Both have resources available to do their jobs efficiently.Good Luck with the sale,Rita
In the lower section of the listing there is a box for an owner estimate. Click on the edit link.When you write your estimate, remember that you do not usually get the full amount paid back in the form of increased value.
Most everyone is having the same problems with manufactured homes.Small banks are usually willing but we find most want a minimum of 20% down. Talk with lenders and find out why they are reluctant to lend. It will most likely become a problem for you when you want or need to sell.Good Luck.
Go to edit listing. It will open up the pages you need.