There is no website that I know of other than what Realtor's use to compare homes by area and type. This is best accomplished by choosing a Realtor to give you a Market Analysis on your particular home. You may be daunted in asking for a Realtor's help if you are not ready to sell, but that sincerely, Lisa, is part of our job. We need to serve our client's best interests over and over until they are ready to make a move. The more willing the Realtor is to help you with this service, the more likely it will be that you will choose that Realtor when it is time to sell.
The equation I use to let someone know when it is time to sell a home is; what the client proposes to do with the money from the sale. In example, if you were to take money out of one investment to place it in another that will turn a higher rate of return, the answer becomes a little easier on the mind.
I hope you found this answer helpful.
Like previous posts have state - you CANNOT use zillow or trulia to size up what your home is worth - don't even use it to get a "ball park" estimate.
Are you in Bethesda MD or Montauk, NY?
If you're in NY - Long Island - you can use the web reference.
You should base it on a CMA based on recent, sold comps; and/or a recent appraisal.
This is a very good question asked by a large group of homeowners.
Those flucuations could be caused by buyers testing the market.
Also, there are a tone of owners who have been waiting to sell and every time the market ticks up more inventory hits the market and then prices level off or come down.
Some folks have been waiting for years to put their home on the market.
Could you be one of them?
Think about it.......................
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