Most will say that your home is only worth what a ready, able and williinb buyer is prepared to pay for it. Since that is the case, all estimates are not going to be fully accurate. However, if what you want to know is how much your house would be listed for if you put it on the market, an agent in your area can work up a comparative market anaylysis (CMA) to give you an idea of what homes have sold for in your area, therefore giving you a good indication of what your home may sell for.To give you an fully accurate CMA an agent may need to assess your home in-person. However, they can still run rough numbers by just speaking with you over the phone and getting a general idea of what updates and changes you may have made to your home.I hope that helps. Good luck!
Hi, If you'd like to update your information on Zillow, you can do that manually by claiming your home and writing the description and incorporating the new information, or wait for the information to update itself via the permits. Once you've put the information in, then the zestimate will adjust the value as needed. It is difficult to say if it will upgrade, but it sounds like the changes you're making are to improve the home. Good luck!
Hi,Most information is updated using public records. If you used a contractor and had permits pulled the information may still show up. However, if you'd like to add the information faster, you can claim your home and make the necessary changes you'd like to see reflected.
Hi,In MA the livable square footage in the basement is usually not counted in the living area that is "above grade" meaning above the land line. The extra basement square footage would be listed separately.
Hi,I believe it was for rent, but it is now off market.
Hi,It doesn't show as being for sale on the MLS, however, only the owners would know for sure.
Hi,That is a question only the owners can answer for you. The listing price is the "asking" price, you are free to offer what you'd like and see if the owners will take your offer or negotiate with your agent to get to an agreeable term. There are never any guarantees that a seller will take an offer.Good luck!Sedie
Hi Scissorman,Yes, this is being sold as a two-family so both units are listed as being sold together. This is also a Fannie Mae property so it qualifies for Homepath financing which allows for as little as 3% down.
No, It has not sold it was on the market but the listing was canceled on March 26, 2010.
Hi, When a house comes on the market the asking price it just that, the "asking price". The only way to be sure of the "value" is after the sale when you can again see the selling price.It is very possible that the comparable homes in the Attleboro area support the asking price, and although prices have dropped, the % of drop varies by area. If you are specifically quoting the % for Attleboro, then again, only the sale price will let you know for sure what the value of the house is today.I hope that helps.