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You would want to work with a builder to verify that what you have planned would be buildable on a certain property and verify all the details, and then also ask for a cost estimate and a time estimate.
There are two excellent online services Trulia and Zillow. They are both owned by the same company now days but they seem to have two different pricing models as they used to be separate companies. I could be mistaken but here is what I have observed or so it appears to me:
Zillow seems to based it on what has actually sold. An appraisal for a refinance will be close to this number.
Trulia seems to project the value based on the trend. If you are selling this will help you price the home to get the most out of your home as quick as possible.
So if you are refinancing use Zillow if you are selling use Trulia
But also realize that both services are merely going by the average price of a homes. They can not see those homes, and the condition of a home can make the value swing by $100,000 . So you must adjust your value based on the condition and upgrades of your home.
If you have a lot of foreclosures then the average house is probably not in good condition, if there are more regular sales then the average house has at least a fresh coat of paint. Therefore it helps you to understand that the average house sold may be better than yours as people tend to fix the houses up before they sell them, so it is best to assume that your house may not be as good as the average and adjust based on that. If you keep your house spotless and have nice upgrades you need to add to your value based on that.
Some upgrades are more valuable than others. For example a home with fresh paint is probably worth $20,000 more than a home without it. If you have recently painted your house, you do not get to add $20,000 as most homes for sale have fresh paint, but if you do not have fresh paint you must subtract for it. Unless most of the homes that have sold were foreclosures. That is because the values are based on what has sold.
quoted from Wikipedia "The racial makeup of Marin City was 1,037 (38.9%) White, 1,017 (38.1%) African American, 15 (0.6%) Native American, 287 (10.8%) Asian, 21 (0.8%)". It is a diverse place that liberals will very much appreciate.... more
A lot of that comes down to your PERSONAL value of the elevator. If it's something you're going to use, or even need (depending on how many floors the house has) then it will be worth more. If it's just wasted space and you're really only going to use it to move furniture in, maybe it's worth less. If you move furniture fairly often, have any mobility issues (or relatives/friends with them), or the house has three or more floors, it would definitely be worth it. http://easternlifts.com... more
Kentfield Gardens, as the neighborhood is called, is in a Flood Zone Per JCP Natural Hazards Report. Cost for insurance is something you can contact any insurance agent in Marin to discuss. The creek is part of the open space marsh lands in Marin County. We have numerous locations such as Corte Madera, San Rafael, and Novato. In regards to landfill, some dirt was brought in long ago in the 50s to compensate the high water mark in the area. The area was a race track in the old days - with many saloons. :)... more
Is this for the purchase of your home? If you want more direct, personal service I would suggest going with a mortgage broker. Make sure to shop around within 1-2 weeks when looking for lender. Ask if they can give you their fall out rate of contracts in their office. They probably won't want share or won't know off hand but it's good to at least put it out there.... more