An eppraisal valuation can help, no matter where your home is located.
Maybe you aren't interested in putting your house on the market, and just want to get an idea of what it's worth. Or perhaps you really are thinking about a for-sale sign in the front yard and need to learn what to expect from its value.
There are certainly plenty of reasons to find out what your largest personal investment is worth. And for each of them, eppraisal helps you find out in a matter of seconds.
Knowledge is power, and that's what eppraisal gives you without any invasive appraiser on site.
It Starts With Just a Click
The eppraisal process really couldn't be any simpler for you to use. All you need to do is enter the property address for your home. You don't even need to enter the zip code to get a valuation.
Once the information in the address field is entered, the next step is to click the button to submit the information. Local property records help eppraisal gather the right details for your home based on the address that you provide. This same process can be used for any property, it's all 100 percent free, and the estimated value appears on the very next screen.
Learn Your Home's Vital Statistics
Every home has vital statistics, including yours. The eppraisal system takes your information and generates a breakdown of available details for your property. You'll see items such as the parcel number, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, whether it has a fireplace, the square footage, and, of course, its estimated value.
While you already know most of the information that's listed in this section, eppraisal is also a great tool for finding inconsistencies. If your home values on the low side but you also notice that the square footage isn't accurate or your swimming pool isn't included, you can research to learn why. A valuation can help you correct inaccurate data at the assessor's office.
See the Estimated Value of Homes Nearby
Because the estimated value of homes nearby affect the estimated value of yours, eppraisal also shows you critical information of other properties on and near your street. You'll see the estimated value of each house listed in its own section on the page for your house. You can also access separate pages that break down the same information for those neighboring properties.
You might have heard about how one house can bring down the value of a whole neighborhood. But the reverse is also true. A fine home that's situated close to yours can help improve the value of all homes in the area. If you think your house should be worth more or less than it is, looking into surrounding properties can help explain why.
Recently sold homes in your area are a great indicator of your home's value.
Check out Recently Sold Homes
In a similar way as eppraisal shows the estimated value of neighboring property, it also shows the actual sale price of homes in your area. Under the 'Recently Sold Homes' section, you'll find the addresses of properties that have sold within the last few years, the date they were sold, and the amount that the buyer paid.
Recently sold homes can be a much stronger comparative property for determining the value of your home. Instead of an estimate, the values assigned are based on actual transactions, whether they were sold by the owner, through a real estate agent, or even through an auction.
The eppraisal system gives you an estimated value of your home, but it provides other important information, too. You can compare your home to others around it, and learn a bit more about what the market in your area is like.
It only takes a few seconds to get started, and it won't cost you a penny. So if you're ready to learn what your home is worth, click here for free property valuation.