Preparing For A Home Appraisal

Dated: 03/21/2018

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The Takeaways:

  • If you spend around $500 or less to do some superficial fixes, it increases the value of your home because a well-maintained home holds more worth.

  • Having lights, doors, and plumbing working will put your home at a younger effective age.

  • Organize a list of repairs and upgrades. The kitchen and bathroom hold the biggest opportunity for return on investment.


Are you in the market to sell your home? Maybe you’re simply looking to refinance yourmortgage? To do either of these, you may need a home appraisal. The outcome of the property appraisal will help determine your home’s value.

How much is your home worth? Find out with a home appraisal.

To get the best-appraised value, we’ll help you learn how to prepare for a home appraisal with 10 tips to better equip yourself and your home.

What’s a home appraisal?

A home appraisal helps set your home’s market value or how much the home is worth. This also includes the value of the land where the home is built. Note that a home appraisal is different from an inspection.

Let’s jump into some home appraisal tips!

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Jackie Munday

Jackie moved to the Charlotte area in 2013 after being in California for almost 15 years. She had a very successful career with the Department of Defense where she specialized in PROGRAM AND PROJE....

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