The Internet has been a great problem–solver for home sellers. They can start to consider a home sale much earlier, spend more time on research, and gather more information to see how their home might be positioned in the current market.
However, did you know that there is a great deal of suspect and inaccurate information on the Web in regard to real estate and particularly home values? Some of it comes from court tax records, which are notoriously inaccurate value statistics. Other value estimates on the Web come simply from gathering listing price data. It’s not an accurate value until a buyer and seller agree on a number, so listing numbers are just a guess.
I am highly experienced in the Alamo, Bells, Bolivar, Crockett Mills, Dyersburg, Martin, Paris, Trezevant, Union City, Jackson, Adamsville, Beech Bluff, Bemis, Bethel Springs, Cedar Grove, Decaturville, Dyer, Gibson, Henderson, Humboldt, Huron, Medina, Milan, Oakfield, Pinson, Savannah, Toone, Trenton, Parker Crossroads, and Yuma real estate markets, and I want to give you a better valuation estimate through actual sales data from the MLS® (Multiple Listing Service). If you’ll fill in some home information in the form on this page, I’ll:
This is accurate actual sold property information chosen by an experienced agent in your area.