We are all here to help. I would be happy to complete a market analysis of your current home and present it to you. You can compare a few realtors work and really get a sense of where the numbers lie. Unfortunately, the true gauge of the market price is putting your house up for sale. Happy to meet with you at your convienence you can reach me at 585 978 0087 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
By looking at what you have here, I am fairly confident that I know where the property is, and with all that has been going on around you there is a good chance that there has been some decent appreciation on your home. I live fairly near by and have a pretty good idea of the values in the area. I would love to help you out in the matter as a second opinion if you would like. I can put together not only a CMA but will also bring all of the pertinent information to prove exactly where your home fits into today's market. I know that you have been thinking this over for quite a while as I remember seeing you ask a question about your home while ago on here.
Like I said before, I woud love to be of any assistance to you. Please don't hesitate to call or email me any time. I don't want to put your address on here but I would like to make sure that I am correct with my idea as to which home you bought. I look forward to hearing from you.
Have a great day,
I've found that the CMA is only as good as the person creating it for you. Sometimes you'll find that the agent is looking to buy the listing through the CMA and then in 3 -5 weeks expect a question from the agent to lower it as the market isn't finding your property "worth the current asking price" a couple of those conversations and you'll be at the right price point to sell it.
So is that a good CMA or not ... I can't answer it without seeing your property. I'd be happy to help you by preparing a CMA on your property that's accurate. I don't like to have price reduction discussions ... so I give the right price at the begining. Ultimately of course it's up to you what it's listed at.
Let me know if you have any questions or would like to set up a time to meet.
Say a home is priced according to the CMA and an offer is made and agreed upon. Then the appraisal is ordered and comes in 10-20k or more below the CMA, what do you do then? In my line of work, I see it happen atleast 1-2 times a week.