Jack, Home Seller in Price, UT

I would like to sell my house at 2880 Easr 3220 South, salt lake city ut. 84109 I would like to know the

Asked by Jack, Price, UT Sat May 2, 2009

price to ask.

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Asking Price is relevant to the sellers motivation. Competing properties establish the value. Active Listings. Solds establish the ability to finance. Unless there is mitigating factors... busy road vs cul-de-sac, model condition vs fix-er-upper. the Competition is your best guide.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Nov 24, 2009
Jack,

As a Real Estate Professional that not only List and Sells homes in the Sugarhouse/Millcreek area, but also lives in the community I would be happy to tell you that your 2 bedroom 2bath bungalow/cottage would sell in the $219,000.00 to $239,000.00 price range according to a standard comperative market analysis.

However a free High Price Analysis would be something of interest to you to insure that you are pricing your home according to all the factors and criteria that will best meet your needs and situation. I would be happy to assist you with this free no-obligation information. Please contact me at your earliest convenience to set your High Price Analysis appointment an have a wonderful afternoon.

Valencia V. Bradley
Keller Williams Realtor/Consultant
Cell: 801-558-6140
Office: 801-858-0000
Fax: 801-838-9693
http://veebradley.yourkwagent.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 6, 2009
Hello,

Yes, all of the mentioned criteria are all used in consideration when putting value to a home.
Also, recent sold comparables for the area with similar criteria as the subject property.
Which is basically what a comparative market analysis is on a home. If you have any more
questions just ask. Have a great weekend!

Becky Nay, GRI
Keller Williams Realty
801-573-2077
beckynay@kw.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 2, 2009
Jack,

I agree with Guy. Your home's neighborhood has a distinctive feel to it. Additionally, some of the homes are in a transition from their historical size and nature to larger newer homes. It is important to discuss your thoughts with a real estate professional that can help you evaluate your home, and how it relates to the others around it in today's real estate market.

Cheryl Lyon
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
801.633.6855
cheryl.lyon@utahhomes.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 2, 2009
That depends on a lot of criteria. How big is the house? How many bedrooms does it have? How many Baths? What kind of condition is it in? Are you in a hurry to sell or are you willing to take some time to get it sold? How much do you have left oweing on the House?

The best way to figure out the value and what price you should put on the property is by consulting with a Realtor one on one and by interviewing several Realtors. Most realtors will provide you with a free comperative market analysis to help you decide what the price should be. The more information you can provide on the property the better.
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