I am assuming you are the owner (not an agent), have been given many CMA's by agents and now are thinking of A) trying out by owner or B) chosing one of the agents to list with.
Not sure where 32953 is at, but it will depend on the market condition and size of home you own.
If the location has low inventory and turn around is less than 90 days then it is safe to stay in the high range, which can be lowered down in steps over the next 90 days as need. If the location has high inventory then price below the middle CMA to insure every client on market gets to look at the home. Also, you need to consider the risk that come with the diferrent types of finacing the buyers may have.
I do not recommend you go the by owner route. Between lawyer fees, repairs and negotiations you will probably make less than if listed with a Realtor and exposed to hundreds of local eager buyers. Was this answer helpful? If so please click on the "green thumbs up" or the "best answer".
La Rosa Realty
I think when using the CMA the best price is somewhere near the middle as well. Remembering the search parameters for many website split the price points by $25,000 increments. So if you list it at $151,000 you will be compared to homes at $150-$175. Given that you will not always look the best on paper. Now the opposite is to list at $149 and be the best house in the bunch with listings going down to $125,000. You should always use a Realtor to help guide you in the pricing of your home. You do not want to be to close to the bottom line, it doesn’t give you any room to move. Any we all know in a negation setting, you need room to maneuver to get the outcome you will like best.
Good luck and feel free to email me any questions you may have at THOYT@prutropical.com
Prudential Tropical Realty