Getting an appraisal from Tri-County Appraisals before putting your Loveland home on the market saves you time and money.

If you're going to sell your home, you should seriously consider a professional appraisal. Don't think of a professional appraisal as costing money; it pays you in the long run! Unless the homeowner studies real estate values on a day to day basis, like a professional appraiser does, it's practically impossible for them to understand the nuances of their local real estate market.

While important, an appraisal is not about how much you've spent buying and improving your home, or how much you want to sell it for. Rather, an appraisal assesses the true market value of your home.

Contact us for information regarding the specific services for home sellers we offer.

Selling yourself instead of using a real estate agent and need help with pricing?

Quite a few CO homeowners are choosing to sell their homes FSBO (For Sale By Owner) and foregoing the help of a real estate agent. But if you're going to do it right, with minimal waiting and for top dollar, you need a professional appraisal. The best thing to have is objective opinions, it can be very difficult to be objective about your own home because of your emotional attachment to it. We will inform you of what you need to know, not just what you want to hear.

Not only will getting a professional appraisal help you set a astute selling price to attract more potential buyers, a professional appraisal can:

  • Be a very beneficial negotiating tool once you have a potential buyer
  • Impress buyers with written proof of your home's condition inside and out
  • Alert you of issues and eliminate last-minute repair hassles that might stall a closing
  • Help prevent the odds of unidentified problems that cause sales to deteriorate

People are surprised when they find out that their home's value is higher than they originally thought. So spending a little on a professional appraisal allowed them to get several thousand more than they originally expected. Alternatively, some people have an exaggerated assessment of their home's value, and an appraisal gave then the assistance they needed in order to realistically price their home in order for it to sell quickly instead of waiting on the market for months. An overpriced home rarely attracts buyers, reducing your offers, making closing more difficult, wasting valuable time, money, and efforts.

Pre-listing appraisals in Loveland

Even if you have with a very skilled agent, it's in your best interest to have an unbiased second opinion of value prior to signing a listing agreement. Tri-County Appraisals can help. We can provide you with a pre-listing appraisal so both you and your agent have an accurate writeup of your home's features and a detailed analysis of the latest and similar comparable sales or as they're commonly called, "comps".

Someone to ask for for local real estate knowledge

Have you decided against a full appraisal but are looking for information about how real estate is doing in your area? You might feel like you don't need an "appraisal" but you still want assistance analyzing local sales and property data. We can provide assistance for your real estate decisions with services especially designed for customers with your real estate needs.

Here's what you can expect when you place an order for an appraisal through us....

  • We take great pride in making sure that when you send your initial inquiry, you get a fast response: We will give you information tailored for your individual appraisal need. Just explain your situation and we will make suggestions.
  • Swift turnarounds for appraisals: Usually one week or less from the date the request is received, you'll have a PDF of the report in your e-mail inbox.
  • Consulting and Appraisal report arrangements that suit YOUR needs: We've preformed quite a few of assignments, and we've learned that whether it's real estateconsulting and appraising there is no typical or standard, "generic" assignment. We provide many different of types of reports, and have know how at providing appraisals to consumers that keep the industry jargon to a minimum in an easy to read format without a lot of industry jargon.
  • Quick response to follow-up questions: Reports we write are written in plain English, easy to understand, and adhere to the Uniform Standards of Professional Practice that regulates the appraisal practice. If you have any inquiries regarding your appraisal, after you've read the report, we suggest that you email or call us!