Hello Charles, a CMA, comparative market analysis, can be done by an agent you hire to sell your home. Do you want to sell it yet and buy again? It may not be worth a whole lot more than 350k and there are costs to selling it so you would need to discuss a game plan to see if it is feasible. You could have an appraisal done to find out the market value for about $450 or so.
Sheryl Arndt, Real Estate Broker - Sr. Loan Officer CA only
24+ Years Experience
HI Charles, the most accurate information can be obtained by a local professional who does lots of business in that area. If you look in the upper right hand corner of this page, you will see a pull down tab called "Local Pros". There you will find a Real Estate Agents button. This is an easy to use tool which will allow you to find a Realtor in your area who you are comfortable with. Please get in touch with a professional...it really is the easier, softer way. Best of Luck to you!!!
Good afternoon! You probably want a simple answer; however, there really isn't one. The pricing of your home will take more than someone looking at and running some numbers through a website. You will need to get with a REaltor who know and specializes in your area to help you determine what your home is worth. Although I'm located in Mountain Center, CA (right around the corner from Idyllwild) I can refer you to a local expert. Please don't hesitate to contact me.
If the property is in Southern California, enter the home address information at "Southern California Property Values . com" and there you will get a quick rough estimate of the property within seconds. But to know the real value of the property, we will need to see it from the inside. Since the property is out of our coverage range, it will be best to contact an agent who service your area.
I would need the property address in order to run a comparable market report for you. You can contact me directly and I would be happy to run a report and find you a local agent.
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