Brunner Group Comparative Market Analysis
What is a Comparative Market Analysis?
A CMA is a detailed analysis of your home and neighborhood in comparison to homes that recently sold in your area. If you are interested in a CMA please fill out your contact info and one of our agents will get back to you with more information.
We use the latest software and tools to prepare an accurate report of your home that we are happy to discuss with you either in person, over the phone, or even using Zoom. Don't miss out on the current market.
A comparative market analysis is a tool that real estate agents use to estimate the value of a specific property. It can be challenging to estimate the fair market value of a home. There is a significant number of factors that go into determining how much a specific property is worth. When people who are buying or selling a home think of the factors that impact the price, they typically consider location, square footage, and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. But the property’s age, condition, features, lot size, and so on, as well as the conditions of the local and national markets, affect the value of residential real estate as well. We can go over all these factors and determine the best-case scenario for you.
Getting a CMA done is the first step in moving forward with the sale of your home.
Please use the contact form on this page to sign up!
If you are interested in the value of your home, please click on the image above or follow this link and you will be given an instant value for your property based on "general" market data and with no obligation to you.
A Brunner Group "Homebot" Valuation offers you a snapshot of the value of your home with the option to sign up for monthly update reports. These reports include additional info you may find in your best interest, including the ability to adjust your value based on data only you would know. Don't miss out on the current market. We can help you better prepare you for what lies ahead.
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