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Tue Jul 5, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

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Tue Jul 5, 2016
Maricris A answered:
Hello,

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Sun Jun 30, 2013
Keisha Mathews answered:
HI Kent

So you have made some significant improvements to your home which will, as Sue indicated, be reflected on an appraisal.

As far as getting the appraisal to reflect the improvements, the general rule of thumb is to make sure you are building and improving according to what buyers would be willling to pay in the area. Is what you’re doing consistent with the neighborhood or will your property stand out too much in a bad way?

The more you improve according to, and consistent with the area in which the home is located, the higher the value of your property. Just don't stray too far from conformity.

The second rule of thumb is to remember that what you put in does not translate to equal value in return. A $100,000 remodel in a $200,000 neighborhood does not make a home worth $300,000. Likewise, a $70,000 backyard remodel probably doesn’t make your home worth $70,000 more.

I got the tips above from a local appraiser friend and have seen them work in action. Hope that helps!

Keisha Mathews, REALTOR®
CDPE®, HRC®, HAFA® Certified
SAR Masters Club Member 2012
SAR Masters Club Steering Committee
Mathews & Co. Realty Group
@ Century 21 Landmark Network
keisha.mathews@century21.com
www.SheSoldItForMe.com
(916) 370-1803 cell
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Fri Dec 14, 2012
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Sat Jan 30, 2010
Harold Sharpe answered:
Hi Joan,
You may want to try crimereports.com and epodunk.com
When you see homes and neighbors are out and about you ask or have your agent ask point blank the questions you want answered.

Harold Sharpe
So Cal Homes Realty
http://www.southern-california-home.com
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Fri Nov 7, 2008
Emily Erekuff answered:
Hi Sue,

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Emily Gibson
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