What happens at your free appraisal?
A property appraisal is a way for you, as a homeowner, to understand what your property may be worth in the current market. You may wish to sell in the near future, or simply understand how it compares to other houses in your area - ready for when the time comes to put up the For Sale sign.
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How to prepare for your property appraisal
While the salesperson isn’t coming to take marketing photos of your property, and buyers are the ones you want to impress, you should still have a general ‘tidy-up’ of your interior and exterior before the day of the appraisal.
What to expect after your appraisal
As the Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) is such a comprehensive report, it is normal for the salesperson to take a few days to research and prepare the report before presenting it.
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The next steps
Once you have chosen your real estate agent and you’re ready to list your property for sale, you’ll enter into an Agency Agreement with the salesperson and the Agency. This agreement will need to be in place before any further work is undertaken and your salesperson will take you through this agreement then explain what happens next.
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We hope this guide helps you understand what to expect from your property appraisal!
If you think you’d like to work with us, all you need to do is request a free property appraisal which will connect you with a local salesperson who can come to wherever you are.
Our network of salespeople live in the same communities they serve, meaning you have access to a homegrown expert, who not only lives locally - but deeply understands the uniqueness of your property and its location.