Pre-Listing Appraisal Services from Greater Orlando Appraisal Assoc., 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 home is much more than they thought, so investing in a professional appraisal from us actually allowed these people to get several thousand dollars over what they thought they'd get for their home. Others have an inflated opinion of their home's amount of value and an appraisal helped them to realistically price their home in order for it to sell. An overpriced home won't attract serious potential buyers, which means no offers and no closing and that you have wasted valuable time, money, and efforts. Each month that your home is still on the market is another month you have to pay its mortgage. In the meantime, you're stuck paying the mortgage while your property sits on the market.

With today's ever-changing market conditions, you should definitely considering hiring a licensed appraiser to get a precise listing price for your home.

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If you're working with a real estate agent to list your house, then you can expect them to give you a comparative market analysis (or a CMA) that displays selected homes for sale in your local area. It's a customary starting point when determining your home's listing price. This step is crucial if you're going to minimize your home's time on the market and maximize your profit.

In our opinion, though, you might also wish to consider a pre-listing appraisal from a licensed professional who's sole occupation is to analyze real estate - BEFORE listing your property - even if you're working with an experienced agent.

And that's where Greater Orlando Appraisal Assoc., Inc. can help you! We can perform a pre-listing appraisal so both you and your agent have a detailed analysis of the most recent and similar comp sales and an accurate description of your house's features.

Greater Orlando Appraisal Assoc., Inc. can help you decide on a realistic selling price so your house will draw in buyers, and we can also:

  • Provide expert tips to help you negotiate once you find 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 a closing
  • Reduce chances of unknown dilemmas that can cause your sale to deteriorate
  • Cut out the wait for the buyer's appraisal to have confidence the deal can be underwritten.

Improvements to add value to your home

There are so many important questions to ask yourself before listing your property There are many important questions to ask yourself before listing your home -- and Greater Orlando Appraisal Assoc., Inc. can help with that. Ask yourself "Should we paint the outside of the house before we sell it?", "Would it help to put in that new bathroom?", "Do I need to finish my kitchen remodel?" You may not realize it, but everything we do to our houses can affect their value. But everything will affect it in a different way. A kitchen remodel may improve your home's appeal, but it might not justify the expenses involved.

Need help making some of these important decisions? We're here for you. Unlike an agent, an appraiser has no vested interest in what amount the house sells for. Your fee to us is based on efforts to finalize the report, and not a percentage of the sales price. An appraisal fee from Greater Orlando Appraisal Assoc., Inc. is based on our efforts to complete your report, and are not a percentage of your home's sale price. Our fees are not a percentage of the sales price — your fee to us is based on efforts to finalize the report. So please consider ordering an appraisal from Greater Orlando Appraisal Assoc., Inc.. When it comes to investing in your house and deciding on a fair sales price, we'll help homeowners like you make the wisest decisions.

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