Pre-Listing Appraisal Services from All State Appraisal Partners, Inc.

Avoid having your home on the market too long or selling yourself short by getting an appraisal to demonstrate the right listing price.

So many people are blown away when they find out that the market value of their house is much more than they had planned, so investing in a professional appraisal from us actually allowed these sellers to receive several thousand more dollars than they thought they would when their home was sold. There are also plenty of sellers who think their home is worth a lot more than it really is, and an appraisal helped them to realistically price their home in order for it to sell. Overpriced homes don't attract potential buyers, which means you have wasted time on money and are left with no offers. Each month that your home is still sitting on the market is another month you have to pay the mortgage. And in the meantime, you're stuck paying the mortgage while your house sits on the market.

In today's ever-changing market, appointing a licensed appraiser is the perfect way to get a just listing price for your home.

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Are you working with an agent to sell your property? Quite often they'll give you a comparative market analysis (or CMA) that includes comparable houses for sale in your town. It's a customary starting point when deciding your home's listing price. This is a really important (and very common) step if your interests are to maximize profit and minimize your time on the market.

However, it's also advantageous to have an "objective" third-party's opinion of value before you sign a Listing Agreement, even if you are working with an experienced agent.

That's where we come in! We'll perform a pre-listing appraisal so both you and your agent have a detailed analysis of the most recent and similar comparable sales and an accurate description of your home's features.

A skillful appraisal from All State Appraisal Partners, Inc. can help you decide on a realistic selling price so your house will draw in buyers, and we'll also:

  • Be a valuable negotiating tool once you have an interested buyer
  • Provide written proof of your house's condition inside and out to impress potential buyers
  • Eliminate last-minute repair hassles and make you aware of problems that might delay your closing
  • Reduce chances of unexpected obstacles that can cause your sale to fall through
  • Do away with waiting for the buyer's appraisal to have assurance the deal can be underwritten.

Home improvements that add value

All State Appraisal Partners, Inc. can help you answer the many important questions to ask yourself prior to listing your home. Ask yourself "Should we paint the whole house before we sell it?", "Should I put in that new bathroom?", "Should I finish my closet remodel?" You may not realize it, but everything we do to our houses can affect their value. But not everything will have an equal affect. A kitchen remodel might improve the appeal of a home, but it might not justify the expenses involved.

We'll help you make some of these decisions. Unlike a real estate agent, an appraiser has no vested interest in what amount the house sells for. Our fees are based on efforts to complete the report, and not a percentage of your home's sale price. An appraisal fee from All State Appraisal Partners, Inc. is based on our efforts to finalize your report, and are not a percentage of your home's sale price. Our fees are not a percentage of your home's sale price — our appraisal fees are based on efforts to finalize your report. When it comes to investing in your home and settling on a fair price to sell at, a professional appraisal from us will help homeowners make the best decisions.

Avoid having your home on the market too long or selling yourself short by getting an appraisal to demonstrate the right listing price.

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