Manny Cristales, REALTORÂ®
SFR Certified -Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource
TAHS -Texas Affordable Housing Specialist
New, Inventory & Existing Homes
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Arm yourself with the knowledge and skill that a good agent brings to the table and you will do much better than trying to go it alone.
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Real Estate Agents pay good money to have a subscription to your local MLS. Only subscribers to the MLS
can get "current" market data. Many agents will compile a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) for you free of charge. I know of one local site to request such information. http://www.todaysdallasmarket.com
You simply type in your information and the "subject" property and a report will be sent to you via e-mail.
You might use an average of tax valuation, Zillow, and Finest Expert, but in the end they are just as often way off as they are on. Can be way high, can be way low. You just never know from one house to the next. I don't think any are very good or accurate indicators of market value.
If you are buying let your realtor do this for you.