Need a pre-listing appraisal? Contact Pierce AppraisalIf you're working with a real estate agent to list your home, then they'll give you a comparative market analysis (or a CMA) that includes competing sale homes in your local area. It's a good starting point when determining your home's listing price. For anyone looking to get most profit out of their house, which includes not having it for sale too long, this is a logical process.
Even if you've been working with the most experienced real estate agent, it's definitely in your best interest to also have a third-party's objective opinion before signing the Listing Agreement.
Pierce Appraisal can help you decide on a realistic selling price so your house will charm potential buyers, and we can also:
Improvements to add valueThere are many important questions to ask yourself before listing your home -- and Pierce Appraisal can help with that. Would it be better to paint the outside of the house before we sell it... Is now the time to add a deck... Do I need to finish my kitchen remodel... Nearly any project will affect value in some way. But not everything will have the same bang for the buck. A kitchen remodel might improve the appeal of a home, but it might not justify the costs you'd pay.
We'll step in and help you make these important decisions. Pierce Appraisal appraisers have no vested interest in what amount your house sells for, unlike an agent. Our fees are not a percentage of your home's sale price -- our fees are based on efforts to finalize the report. So please consider ordering an appraisal from Pierce Appraisal. When it comes to investing in your house and settling on a fair sale price, we'll help homeowners make the sharpest decisions.