Local

Sterling, VA

#1 Jan 22, 2013
Looking to sell my house soon. Does anyone recommend anyone local to do an appraisal? And if so, any ideas of how much they charge? This is my first time selling and I'm not using an agent. Thanks
an idea

Collinsville, IL

#2 Jan 22, 2013
Local wrote:
Looking to sell my house soon. Does anyone recommend anyone local to do an appraisal? And if so, any ideas of how much they charge? This is my first time selling and I'm not using an agent. Thanks
Why don't you call a real estate agent to come out and give you an idea of what they think your house could sell for in todays market before you have an appraisal done. That would be free!!
Asshat Barry

Waterloo, IL

#3 Jan 22, 2013
Multiply our property tax assessment by 3 and then take 85% of that value and that will give you an idea of the current market price you could expect to sell for in a reasonable amount of time.
Local

Sterling, VA

#4 Jan 25, 2013
Asshat Barry wrote:
Multiply our property tax assessment by 3 and then take 85% of that value and that will give you an idea of the current market price you could expect to sell for in a reasonable amount of time.
That would be giving it away. I'll stick with having a realtor coming out and giving an idea. Thanks

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