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  "articleBody": "\n        Are you considering selling your home, looking to see how much equity you have, or just want to know how much is my house worth in today's market? It's good to know your home value and to keep tabs on it every once in a while. After all, it's your most valued asset. Who knows, you might be surprised. But what is the most reliable way to arrive at the correct value? One thing is for sure, in today's tech-savvy, instant estimates, social state of mind, quick answers from popular websites and computerized methods can steer you way off course and are the wrong way to go in establishing proper home value. Having sold real estate in both Illinois, South Carolina, and Florida markets, I know the inside scoop for getting any home value in any housing market. Because house value is local, as in a mile radius or smaller in some markets, and each local housing market is unique, you need a local, experienced Realtor®, who will be able to provide you an estimated house value with about 95-99.99% accuracy. Get more than one Realtor® to give you a Comparative Market Analysis and you will get an even better picture! That local Realtor® is a valuable resource when it comes to recent home sales. Furthermore, Realtors® are usually very active in their local communities. They truly have a pulse on the local market and you can get an accurate house value very quickly and at no cost. House value and house worth are in their blood you could say.   Home Value Websites - The Wrong Way to Estimate\nHere is a typical scenario for home sellers. \"Honey, look, our neighbors just listed their house for $300,000. Can you believe that?\" \"Well, if their house listed for $300,000 and ours is bigger, our house must be worth $450,000.\" Over and over again, this is how many people I see the place the value of their house in the marketplace. But in a real estate transaction, as in any marketplace, it is the buyer that determines the actual property value.\n \nHas the market changed? I know that when I had a property to sell for a client, and if it was not selling or getting offers, the problem was always the price. One agent I worked with, Leo Silverman, said that the first offer you get is usually the best and you should take it, and then negotiate on other things to close the sale. I was uncertain at first, but I soon learned that he was right.\n \n \nWhen it comes to house values, a lot of homeowners, real estate investors, and sellers get it wrong. I will share with you where the confusion comes from and how to get clarity. So you can find out exactly how much is my house worth today! Keep in mind there are many factors involved when trying to find your true home value. \n                 \n                                                                                                                                                     \n5 Factors That Determine House Value \n\nReal Estate Location\nSquare Footage\nAge and Condition\nAmenities and Upgrades\nLocal Market Conditions\n\nYou have to consider the location, condition, age, neighborhood, current inventory of homes for sale, current buyer demand, and many more factors. The complexity of this task is why I stress that if you are at all curious about how much a certain house is valued, to get with a local Realtor®.\n \n3 Main House Value Questions to Find Out How to Get Accurate Home Value Estimate\n#1 How is real estate valued?\nI hate to use this analogy for house values, but let's look at the iPhone. Picture buying an iPhone on eBay. Before buying it, wouldn't you look and see what other, identical iPhone's were selling for? If you go to a grocery store to buy bread, you compare which one is the best deal. This process of looking at comparable sales is how you figure out if it's a good deal, or if it's overpriced. \n \n \n#2 Who is making the comparison?\nComputers can calculate efficiently and consistently when it comes to massive number crunching. Take for instance an online mortgage calculator, affordability calculator, or refinance calculators. These are great tools to use with amortization tables that will be accurate down to the penny. But computers don't see the bigger picture, and they need people to find home sales data and input it into the system.\n \n#3 Where is the information coming from?\n \nThe primary source for home sales information is county records. But county records can cause a lot of confusion because every county in America has different departments. Two of the departments that we deal with for county records are the Tax Assessor's Office as well as the Recorder’s Office or the Register of Deeds.\n \n House Value Data Available From the County Records  \nThe Register of Deeds is the group that records deeds and other such documents. These records can tell you information such as what the property is, what liens are on the property, who the owner is and how long they've been the owner when that deed was recorded. In some areas the county records and the Recorder’s Office also have sales information, but not in other areas. This is where it gets a little iffy on doing property valuations. Some states are non-disclosure states, like Texas, where they are not required to disclose the sales price on the deed that gets recorded. In other areas it is disclosed, so they will show it. \n \nSo states like Tennessee, which are a disclosure state, always have a line on the deed where you're supposed to put in the sales price. There are other states that are strict non-disclosure states, like New Mexico, where there is no requirement for a sales price on the deed. From my searches into local house value, I found that South Carolina, South Dakota, North Dakota, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and West Virginia do provide this data. So as you can see, certain states reveal sales prices at the Recorder’s Office level and some don't. This can be a huge hornet's nest for a properties evaluation. So how can you get reliable information? Keep reading for the answer.\n \nFind Out How\n \nThe second source of information is the Tax Assessor's Office. Now the Tax Assessor, their job is to figure out the relative value of each property in their county so they can tax it. They tax it as a percentage of the value as long as they know what type of property it is. Say if it's a duplex, which could be commercial versus a single-family house. Since Tax Assessors are putting a tax appraisal on every single property valuation, some look at that and say, \"Oh, the tax appraisal must be a good source.\"\n \n                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      \n \nHouse Value Appraisals Can be Off for the Following Reasons                                                                                                                                                                                          \nDrive-By Appraisal\nIs Appraisal for Refinance of Purchase?\nWho ordered the Appraisal?\nForeclosures Affecting Appraisal\n\nAppraisal Appeal                                                                                                                          \nNot only can tax appraisals be way off, but also the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and square footage can be wrong because the Tax Assessor can only get access inside a property less than half the time. Like I mentioned before, most property owners try to hide how many bedrooms and bathrooms they have because it'll reduce their overall tax appraisal. But this is critical in determining value.\n \nIf the County Recorder's Office — the Register of Deeds and the Tax Assessor — are off in appraisal because of inaccurate records, where can you get the best information for how to get accurate and fair market value? Not Zillow! Zillow works by using their algorithms and their property valuation tool to give you an estimate which can be very misleading. Your home, as well as your home equity, is your most valued asset. 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More specifically, each MLS is independently owned and there can be more than once in the same geographic area. Remember my statement from earlier about real estate being local? Each MLS is localized and independently owned, as it should be because real estate is very much a local market.\n \nThe great thing about the MLS is that real estate agents have natural checks and balances system, which ensures that the information about each property valuation is accurate. Here's how it works. Let's say you're a listing agent, and you list a property for sale and input it in the local MLS. If you put in the wrong bedrooms, wrong bathroom count, wrong square footage, wrong anything, someone will find out. Then, you would either have to make the changes or get a fine from the MLS.  This accountability system provides natural checks and balances within the MLS, so the data is both good and accurate when it comes to house prices. \n                                                                                                                                                                          \nBest 8 Factors to Use for any House CMA How Much is My House Worth Evaluation\n\n\nSquare Footage\nClosing Date\n# of Bedrooms \n# of Bathrooms\nHow much older is Comparable\nUpdates\nExterior\nLot Size\n\n \n\nThe MLS is where the data needs to come from to make these accurate comparisons, but it does have a couple of drawbacks. The MLS doesn't tell you what liens are on the property, and it doesn't tell you who the owner is. That's where the County Recorder's Office can help you. 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to buy down think as well year location remember where s value see to find typically homeowners algorithms my house prices soon space access great help i afford ones sales sellers sold to see less careers online bedrooms available be able pay experience example calculator money able well properties factors cards comparative show there comes cash before real estate agents needs compare checking bigger answer even realtors likely analysis mortgage to put financial do not payment like tax estate agents figure recent now always open reserved finance on this information about understand terms while may to make real estate agent loans using buyers comparative market analysis current much states privacy smaller market analysis how much home equity whether lenders off comparable want free buy apr press\n\n                                                                                                                                                                                                 \n\nBest Home Estimator - Real Estate is all about Location, Location, Location\n\nLocations play a big role in home values. You can go from the absolute nicest part of town to completely run-down neighborhoods, all within two miles. But the computer doesn't know that. Zillow, Trulia, and the like, are all getting their data from county records, and they don't really have a good way to match up neighborhoods properly. These house value estimator tools that blow out data like a toupee on a windy day are not reliable. For example, what if you get a bunch of new subdivisions interspersed with some really old subdivisions? Well, you don't want to compare those brand-new homes with those super-old homes. It's not even a comparison. Thanks for reading how much is my house worth. 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  "articleBody": "\n        Are you considering selling your home, looking to see how much equity you have, or just want to know how much is my house worth in today's market? It's good to know your home value and to keep tabs on it every once in a while. After all, it's your most valued asset. Who knows, you might be surprised. But what is the most reliable way to arrive at the correct value? One thing is for sure, in today's tech-savvy, instant estimates, social state of mind, quick answers from popular websites and computerized methods can steer you way off course and are the wrong way to go in establishing proper home value. Having sold real estate in both Illinois, South Carolina, and Florida markets, I know the inside scoop for getting any home value in any housing market. Because house value is local, as in a mile radius or smaller in some markets, and each local housing market is unique, you need a local, experienced Realtor®, who will be able to provide you an estimated house value with about 95-99.99% accuracy. Get more than one Realtor® to give you a Comparative Market Analysis and you will get an even better picture! That local Realtor® is a valuable resource when it comes to recent home sales. Furthermore, Realtors® are usually very active in their local communities. They truly have a pulse on the local market and you can get an accurate house value very quickly and at no cost. House value and house worth are in their blood you could say.   Home Value Websites - The Wrong Way to Estimate\nHere is a typical scenario for home sellers. \"Honey, look, our neighbors just listed their house for $300,000. Can you believe that?\" \"Well, if their house listed for $300,000 and ours is bigger, our house must be worth $450,000.\" Over and over again, this is how many people I see the place the value of their house in the marketplace. But in a real estate transaction, as in any marketplace, it is the buyer that determines the actual property value.\n \nHas the market changed? I know that when I had a property to sell for a client, and if it was not selling or getting offers, the problem was always the price. One agent I worked with, Leo Silverman, said that the first offer you get is usually the best and you should take it, and then negotiate on other things to close the sale. I was uncertain at first, but I soon learned that he was right.\n \n \nWhen it comes to house values, a lot of homeowners, real estate investors, and sellers get it wrong. I will share with you where the confusion comes from and how to get clarity. So you can find out exactly how much is my house worth today! Keep in mind there are many factors involved when trying to find your true home value. \n                 \n                                                                                                                                                     \n5 Factors That Determine House Value \n\nReal Estate Location\nSquare Footage\nAge and Condition\nAmenities and Upgrades\nLocal Market Conditions\n\nYou have to consider the location, condition, age, neighborhood, current inventory of homes for sale, current buyer demand, and many more factors. The complexity of this task is why I stress that if you are at all curious about how much a certain house is valued, to get with a local Realtor®.\n \n3 Main House Value Questions to Find Out How to Get Accurate Home Value Estimate\n#1 How is real estate valued?\nI hate to use this analogy for house values, but let's look at the iPhone. Picture buying an iPhone on eBay. Before buying it, wouldn't you look and see what other, identical iPhone's were selling for? If you go to a grocery store to buy bread, you compare which one is the best deal. This process of looking at comparable sales is how you figure out if it's a good deal, or if it's overpriced. \n \n \n#2 Who is making the comparison?\nComputers can calculate efficiently and consistently when it comes to massive number crunching. Take for instance an online mortgage calculator, affordability calculator, or refinance calculators. These are great tools to use with amortization tables that will be accurate down to the penny. But computers don't see the bigger picture, and they need people to find home sales data and input it into the system.\n \n#3 Where is the information coming from?\n \nThe primary source for home sales information is county records. But county records can cause a lot of confusion because every county in America has different departments. Two of the departments that we deal with for county records are the Tax Assessor's Office as well as the Recorder’s Office or the Register of Deeds.\n \n House Value Data Available From the County Records  \nThe Register of Deeds is the group that records deeds and other such documents. These records can tell you information such as what the property is, what liens are on the property, who the owner is and how long they've been the owner when that deed was recorded. In some areas the county records and the Recorder’s Office also have sales information, but not in other areas. This is where it gets a little iffy on doing property valuations. Some states are non-disclosure states, like Texas, where they are not required to disclose the sales price on the deed that gets recorded. In other areas it is disclosed, so they will show it. \n \nSo states like Tennessee, which are a disclosure state, always have a line on the deed where you're supposed to put in the sales price. There are other states that are strict non-disclosure states, like New Mexico, where there is no requirement for a sales price on the deed. From my searches into local house value, I found that South Carolina, South Dakota, North Dakota, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and West Virginia do provide this data. So as you can see, certain states reveal sales prices at the Recorder’s Office level and some don't. This can be a huge hornet's nest for a properties evaluation. So how can you get reliable information? Keep reading for the answer.\n \nFind Out How\n \nThe second source of information is the Tax Assessor's Office. Now the Tax Assessor, their job is to figure out the relative value of each property in their county so they can tax it. They tax it as a percentage of the value as long as they know what type of property it is. Say if it's a duplex, which could be commercial versus a single-family house. Since Tax Assessors are putting a tax appraisal on every single property valuation, some look at that and say, \"Oh, the tax appraisal must be a good source.\"\n \n                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      \n \nHouse Value Appraisals Can be Off for the Following Reasons                                                                                                                                                                                          \nDrive-By Appraisal\nIs Appraisal for Refinance of Purchase?\nWho ordered the Appraisal?\nForeclosures Affecting Appraisal\n\nAppraisal Appeal                                                                                                                          \nNot only can tax appraisals be way off, but also the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and square footage can be wrong because the Tax Assessor can only get access inside a property less than half the time. Like I mentioned before, most property owners try to hide how many bedrooms and bathrooms they have because it'll reduce their overall tax appraisal. But this is critical in determining value.\n \nIf the County Recorder's Office — the Register of Deeds and the Tax Assessor — are off in appraisal because of inaccurate records, where can you get the best information for how to get accurate and fair market value? Not Zillow! Zillow works by using their algorithms and their property valuation tool to give you an estimate which can be very misleading. Your home, as well as your home equity, is your most valued asset. These 2 minute online estimates are not accurate, regardless of which website you use.\ntools estimates number trends address neighborhood knowing check tool information down online budget learn estimate analysis housing point access guide think maximize money free conditions market conditions without privacy through doesn list amount know buy comparative take space rights estate agents only index sales to sell to make info calculator recent federal comparable where s value pull fast start to look reserved answer market analysis ready first best federal housing four current could sold look question selling terms new now car buyers off estate agent that sellers to estimate policy comparative market analysis own year 2020 understanding considering available provide finance both won public homeowners checking local as well repairs line understand few therefore options offer determining this don buyer make able s true then before factors like its well figure agents resources what decide cash location ways relative sell 2018 typically should not price popular 2019 one type data help determine accurate agency market time less professional submit there value says long case industry condition my house more open want other social they possible review these some using may pay into share two to determine credit just true sale state property prices realtor top also cma however size service news similar estate ask appraisal valuation house agent real people higher low is worth how home use worth after how much cost another family general homes find area contact much s house tools estimates number trends address neighborhood knowing check tool information down online budget learn estimate analysis housing point access guide think maximize money free conditions market conditions without privacy through doesn list amount know buy comparative take space rights estate agents only index sales to sell to make info calculator recent federal comparable where s value pull fast start to look reserved answer market analysis ready first best federal housing four current could sold look question selling terms new now car buyers off estate agent that sellers to estimate policy comparative market analysis own year 2020 understanding considering available provide finance both won public homeowners checking local as well repairs line understand few therefore options offer determining this don buyer make able s true then before\n\n                                                                                                                                     \n\n \nHome Value Estimator Comps from Real Estate Agents\n\nThe MLS is the Multiple Listing Service, which is controlled by the Realtors® who put the information into it. More specifically, each MLS is independently owned and there can be more than once in the same geographic area. Remember my statement from earlier about real estate being local? Each MLS is localized and independently owned, as it should be because real estate is very much a local market.\n \nThe great thing about the MLS is that real estate agents have natural checks and balances system, which ensures that the information about each property valuation is accurate. Here's how it works. Let's say you're a listing agent, and you list a property for sale and input it in the local MLS. If you put in the wrong bedrooms, wrong bathroom count, wrong square footage, wrong anything, someone will find out. Then, you would either have to make the changes or get a fine from the MLS.  This accountability system provides natural checks and balances within the MLS, so the data is both good and accurate when it comes to house prices. \n                                                                                                                                                                          \nBest 8 Factors to Use for any House CMA How Much is My House Worth Evaluation\n\n\nSquare Footage\nClosing Date\n# of Bedrooms \n# of Bathrooms\nHow much older is Comparable\nUpdates\nExterior\nLot Size\n\n \n\nThe MLS is where the data needs to come from to make these accurate comparisons, but it does have a couple of drawbacks. The MLS doesn't tell you what liens are on the property, and it doesn't tell you who the owner is. That's where the County Recorder's Office can help you. By combining county records and the MLS data you can get in the right direction to truly understand your property value.\ninstead estimates interest rates assessments tools va loan starting maximize could finance agency time homebuyer knowing look without won much house budget pull to look doesn number appreciation records consolidate mortgage rates better amortization comps point therefore through market conditions multiple federal housing based zillow housing amount redfin privacy policy both conditions guide home value nearby estimate learn living rates repairs federal asking upgrades 2019 calculators it comes buying to estimate nmls few square neighborhood take fast try afford slightly determining second affordability debt address licenses refinance affect were expert final impact fha only trends to sell public however long footage big tips score homebuyer improvement equity investment very first consumer yet start back policy don objective years to buy down think as well year 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state site services most size cma within sale professional general once email popular about s house service estate real agent such good contact account homes instead estimates interest rates assessments tools va loan starting maximize could finance agency time homebuyer knowing look without won much house budget pull to look doesn number appreciation records consolidate mortgage rates better amortization comps point therefore through market conditions multiple federal housing based zillow housing amount redfin privacy policy both conditions guide home value nearby estimate learn living rates repairs federal asking upgrades 2019 calculators it comes buying to estimate nmls few square neighborhood take fast try afford slightly determining second affordability debt address licenses refinance affect were expert final impact fha only trends to sell public however long footage big tips score homebuyer improvement equity investment very first consumer yet start back policy don objective years to buy down think as well year location remember where s value see to find typically homeowners algorithms my house prices soon space access great help i afford ones sales sellers sold to see less careers online bedrooms available be able pay experience example calculator money able well properties factors cards comparative show there comes cash before real estate agents needs compare checking bigger answer even realtors likely analysis mortgage to put financial do not payment like tax estate agents figure recent now always open reserved finance on this information about understand terms while may to make real estate agent loans using buyers comparative market analysis current much states privacy smaller market analysis how much home equity whether lenders off comparable want free buy apr press\n\n                                                                                                                                                                                                 \n\nBest Home Estimator - Real Estate is all about Location, Location, Location\n\nLocations play a big role in home values. You can go from the absolute nicest part of town to completely run-down neighborhoods, all within two miles. But the computer doesn't know that. Zillow, Trulia, and the like, are all getting their data from county records, and they don't really have a good way to match up neighborhoods properly. These house value estimator tools that blow out data like a toupee on a windy day are not reliable. For example, what if you get a bunch of new subdivisions interspersed with some really old subdivisions? Well, you don't want to compare those brand-new homes with those super-old homes. It's not even a comparison. Thanks for reading how much is my house worth. If you have any questions regarding eppraisal, property value or real estate valuation, email me at petermarkseo@gmail.com .\n \n \n\nhome best calculator insurance jeff bankrate rose reply home value mortgage loan zillow says get equity rates loans agent real estate credit advice cma real estate car 000 market money website car insurance lenders calculators compare appraisal accounts list cards sellers review content reviews refinance price financial realtor websites lot buyers works understand comps easy cons objective home best calculator insurance jeff bankrate rose reply home value mortgage loan zillow says get equity rates loans agent real estate credit advice cma real estate car 000 market money website car insurance lenders calculators compare appraisal accounts list cards sellers review content reviews refinance price financial realtor websites lot buyers works understand comps easy cons objective home best calculator insurance jeff bankrate rose reply home value mortgage loan zillow says get equity rates loans agent real estate credit advice cma real estate car 000 market money website car insurance lenders calculators compare appraisal accounts list cards sellers review content realtor websites lot buyers works understand comps easy cons objective home best calculator insurance jeff bankrate rose reply home value mortgage loan zillow says get equity rates loans agent real estate credit advice cma real estate car 000 market money website car insurance lenders calculators compare appraisal accounts list cards sellers review content reviews refinance price financial realtor websites lot buyers works understand comps easy cons objective home best calculator insurancemuch house worth house value\n \n\n\n\nThanks for reading, and I hope this post helps you understand how to best attain an accurate estimate.  Contact me at 727-483-7349 or email petermarkseo@gmail.com\n\nHow much is my house worth? https://t.co/on0kCPbmtL— PeterMarkSEO (@PeterMarkSEO) February 18, 2018\n\nPeterMarkSEO\n//\n\n\n      ",
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