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If I like a home on har.com, how do I find comps nearby?

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If I like a home on har.com, how do I find comps nearby?

By peter jeswani   
Posted on Mar 26, 2019 in Topic: General
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Yvonne Chauvin
about 4 weeks ago
Good Morning Peter,

The best and most accurate CMA can be created by your Realtor; as we generate it based on sold values in the neighborhood, as well as unique features of the property.

If you’d rather do it yourself, you can search for active listings on HAR in the same neighborhood, using the same values that your subject property has (number of bedrooms, bathrooms, year built, range of square footage).

If you’re using HAR ap on your phone, it will automatically populate similar listings to your subject property (find the property on the ap and then scroll down past the “Assigned Schools” section and you will see “Similar Properties” section for sale. Chose this option and the ap will populate a list for you.

However, none of these are as accurate as a CMA prepared by a Realtor. If you’d like help, I’ll be glad to assist you with that. Send me the address of a property you’re interested in, and I will forward you the comps as well as market value for that property.
Below is my contact information:

Yvonne Chauvin- REALTOR®
MCNE, CNE
Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene
YvonneChauvin@yvonnechauvin.com
Cell: 281-686-0143


about 4 weeks ago
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CHUKWUELOKA UZODIKE
about 3 weeks ago
Hi Peter, your realtor is the best source for the most comprehensive and insightful comparative analysis on any property you are interested in. If you still need comps, as a certified Pricing Strategy Advisor, I can help.

Eloka Uzodike | Realtor® | MBA, PSA, CSMS, SMP
Prosper Realty Group
J. LINDSEY PROPERTIES
Mobile: (713) 876-4049
eloka.uzodike@prospermbi.com


about 3 weeks ago
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Ryan Kohn
about 3 weeks ago
I agree Peter, an agent with MLS access will be able to give you the most accurate data. Comps can be a science and it's easy to look at the wrong ones that will give you an inaccurate market value. If you really want to do them yourself, you can search nearby Sold homes on HAR, Zillow or Realtor.com, but you will see a range of the sold price not an exact price. There are also paid sites like dealmachine that are used by unlicensed investors that will get you in the ballpark. I would trust an AVM (Automated Valuation Model) like the "Zastimate". Computers only look at raw data and can't always put the human touch needed. It'll get you in the ball park can also be 10-20% higher or lower than actual.
Need an agent?
Ryan Kohn
281-636-8179 Call or text
ryank@rykohnrealty.com


about 3 weeks ago
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Mark A. Villarreal
about 2 weeks ago
Hello Peter, as most others have mentioned, a Realtor that is a member of the the Houston Association of Realtors is going to be your best source for a Comparative Market analysis of a particular property. Market values are based on sold prices of comparable homes. You see, List prices of Active properties illustrate where owners would "like" the market to be; whereas, sold prices demonstrate the reality of value regarding a particular market.

More importantly, automated value models used by sites like Zillow, realtor.com, etc. can be misleading, if not useless. This is due to the fact that Texas is a non- disclosure state. Therefore, sold prices are not disclosed and rarely accurate. In fact those sites can only use an estimated range to assess value, and not the exact price. This makes these sites unreliable.

For the most accurate and up to date information regarding Houston Real Estate contact an Association member. Don't over pay, I'd be more than happy to assist. Please email me at www.maverickhoustonrealestate.com , or call/text 713-805-6549.

Thanks,
Mark A. Villarreal
713-805-6549


about 2 weeks ago
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about 2 weeks ago
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about 2 weeks ago
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Matthew Wigtil
about 2 weeks ago
Hi Peter!

As has been mentioned, a local Realtor is your best source for an accurate market analysis. Finding comps (comparable sales) can be tricky, since it is not also as simple as comparing square footage. You could have two homes, 1,500 square feet, that are next door to each other, but their value could be drastically different. Part of completing an accurate market analysis is understanding the market! This is where a professional value opinion come into play!

If you need any further assistance please let me know!


about 2 weeks ago
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