When it comes to Highlands NC real estate appraisals and inspections can eliminate surprises. While we think of appraisals and inspections as contingencies in a contract to buy real estate they can be equally valuable for sellers before even placing a home on the market. Knowing the value and the condition of your Highlands home means there will be fewer surprises in its sale.
It is important to understand that an appraisal and an inspection are not necessary before listing your Highlands property; they are merely steps that can lay all the cards on the table for you. An experienced Highlands REALTOR® can conduct a CMA (comparative market analysis) to determine fair market value for your home which should be in line with an appraisal. An inspection on the other hand can reveal any issues that exist with your home and have time to make necessary repairs.
Selling Highlands real estate is an individual process. Where some sellers like to be abreast of every detail, others are happy letting the cards fall as they may. Contact me, Lynn Kimball, today for more information on selling Highlands real estate. I can update you on current market conditions and help identify what the majority of buyers are looking for in a Highlands home at the moment.
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