1. Check your local paper to see what homes in the immediate neighborhood are asking 2. Choosing a real estate agent in the area reputable company to provide market anyalysis inyour acomparative at home 3. Find the amount you paid when you bought your home and add 7% to that figure for each year you have owned the house, less than 3% for the deficiency of age, the plug back into the costs of remodeling and addition incurred. Well, I have the answer here. The easiest way is to be assessed by the bank. . Before all is said and done, will have to be evaluated anyway (paid by you or the buyer).
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