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Any advice I would give you might be considered a solicitation of your business. The only advice I can give you is to listen to your agent's advice. You hired that person, so you must have some confidence in her abilities. After "8-9 showings", you should have some idea of what is being said about your property. If you've received feedback, and chosen to ignore it, you are missing the point. It is not as important what you and your agent think. The sole measure of success is what the buying public thinks. Listen to what they are saying...and react accordingly.
Hi Steve. I have heard a few different methods, most of which involve logging on to a site that will tell you, but it's very general that way - ya know, the average appreciation for the Brookwood High School area from this year to that year was some percentage. When asked that, the best way I found is to go into GaMLS and pull sold properties for an area and basically do a CMA. It needs to be GaMLS because FMLS only goes back about 3 years.