What is Your Home Worth?

Home sales in Central Ohio are up!

It's a perfect time to consider selling.  Ohio home sales increased 3.8 percent in 2015 vs. 2014.   Link to view sales statistics

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Selling Your Home

Customer Service is Our #1 Goal

We have access to all the various advertising services including, but not limited to Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, etc. etc. etc. in addition to all the local and national MLS systems and advertising. Its more than simply advertising though, we have hundreds of happy former customers recommending us to their friends and acquaintances. Truly the nicest compliment we can receive. In our 45th year of business, we have also earned and established wonderful working relationships with local employers and HR departments. So, whether you are selling, buying or relocating chances are we are the most experienced Realtors to serve you. You don’t become the oldest locally owned real estate company by accident – you earn it. Please give us an opportunity to earn your business & gratitude.


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Establishing Value

Homes sell at a price the buyer is willing to pay and a seller is willing to accept.

Pricing homes is part art and part science. It involves comparing similar properties, making adjustments for the differences among them, tracking market movements and taking stock of inventory, all in an attempt to come up with a range of value, an educated opinion. This method is the same way an appraiser evaluates a home. And no two appraisals are ever exactly the same; however, they are generally close to each other. In other words, there is no hard and fast price tag for your home. It's only an educated guess and the market will dictate the price.

Is it too low?
Homes sell at a price a buyer is willing to pay and a seller willing to accept. If a home is priced too low, priced under the competition, the seller should receive multiple offers to drive up the price to market value. So there is little danger in pricing a home too low. The danger lies in pricing too high and selecting your agent solely on opinion of value.