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Instead of a robot and an algorithm, we use our experience and up-to-date MLS data*

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Our goal is to get you the most accurate estimate possible, so we will be in touch to follow up on important information we need in order to do just that! In the meantime, hear from our past sellers about their experiences.

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The most important information we need is your address. We'll also need the best contact information for us to send the report to.

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With our exclusive access to past sales close to your home, knowledge of the current market, and your home's unique features, we'll calculate an estimated home value.

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Your Report Is Ready!

We'll send over your accurate home value report as soon as possible. Even if you're not planning on selling anytime soon, knowing the value can help you plan for the future.

How is your estimate different from a Zestimate and other online services?

We're humans so our home value reports are all researched thoroughly and made possible by years of experience and local expertise.

Online estimates from Zillow, OpenDoor, Redfin, or any online home evaluator using an algorithm is not a valid replacement for a comparative market analysis from a real estate agent

"We encourage buyers, sellers, and homeowners to supplement Zillow's information by doing other research such as getting a comparative market analysis (CMA) from a real estate agent"

-Zillow.com

Unfortunately, estimates from these sites are often inaccurate, and the value of inaccuracy is pretty compelling. According to Zillow.com, their Zestimates are based on an algorithm that is pretty complicated to understand, even for us real estate agents. We understand the importance of comparing homes in the same area, but we also know how many other factors can increase/decrease that number that are not included in the "algorithm."

How does Zillow calculate my home's value?

That's the million dollar question (literally). Zillow actually had a contest awarding $1M to whoever can improve their algorithm. Here's an exact quote on how they explain their calculations.

"We use proprietary automated valuation models that apply advanced algorithms to analyze our data to identify relationships within a specific geographic area, between this home-related data and actual sales prices." 

-Zillow.com

Confusing, right? We get it. Getting an "instant" home value is appealing. Not having to talk to someone is appealing, but there's a cost to that approach. Instant doesn't mean accurate. When something is as important as the value of your home, accuracy matters more.


Shouldn't we overprice my home at the beginning so that we can create a bidding war?

If you’re like most people that we meet with, you think that the longer your home stays on the market, the more offers will come in, creating competition around your home, resulting in the highest offer possible. 

It’s basically like an auction, right? Wrong. The longer your home stays on the market, the less likely it will sell for asking price (or above). 

Why? Well, if you go to an auction, the bidding price is set, and offers go up as time goes on. But your home isn’t a rare piece of art. Amongst a sea of other homes for sale, yours will quickly become stale and buyers will wonder why it hasn’t sold yet.

According to a study by Zillow, homes that were on the market for about two months sold at 5% below asking price, and homes that were on the market for the longest amount of time (eleven months on average) sold at 12% below list price. 

Meanwhile, the homes that ended up selling at or above listing price sold right away.

Having an accurate, and more importantly, realistic pricing strategy from the start is how your home will be sold for the most money and quickly. You don’t want to price your home too low and neither do we. But you also don’t want to let it sit on the market for too long. 

So, how do you determine my home's value?

There are hundreds of factors that we take into consideration when estimating your home's value, and no two reports are the same. 

If you'd like to learn more about how we work - and get an accurate look at what your home would likely sell for in today's market - fill out the form here and we'll reach out to schedule a one-on-one call to discuss.

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