The agent should be able to do the CMA and then send it to you electronically. The same with any listing documents that may be needed to get the property on the market.
Have a great day!
Thanks for the question!
ERA Wilder Realty
Zillow.com is good for preliminary evaluations and market trends (but they are often wrong).
Just keep on asking how agents arrive at this number - so you are educated on the values.
You can also ask them to video or take more pix on the properties you reallly like - to get a better idea, since you are away.
Hope this helps,
CDPE - Certified Distressed Property Expert
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
Yes once you hire your listing agent they will run some statistics and they will be able to advise you on selling price. Please do take your agents advice on pricing, they have the experience to get your home sold.
A local real estate office, right? Good luck.
Contact an agent in the area of the house you want to sell. Ask them to email (or mail) you a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). Tell them you are considering listing your house for sale. You do not have to sign a contract with them. Most (if not all) Realtors will do this for you in the hopes that if you do list your house for sale, you will list with them.