What's My House Worth?
Get a Home Equity Analysis!
Considering selling? Find out the fair market value of your home today!
If you’re considering selling your house, you’ve probably asked yourself, “What’s the market value of my house?”
There’s two common ways you can find out how much your house is worth:
- Get an automatic property estimate online (Zillow, Redfin, Realtor.com, etc)
- Request a comparative market analysis from a licensed real estate agent/realtor – The best option!
Request a Free Property Value Estimate from Licensed Realtors!
Request your free, personalized home equity analysis from licensed realtors on The Erica Rawls Team at Keller Williams of Central Pa.
If you’re looking for real estate agents near Harrisburg, PA to help you sell your house, you’ve found the perfect team.
Our listing agent, Erica Rawls will help you determine how much your home is worth and provide you with a comparative market analysis for its value.
This analysis helps determine how much equity you may have in your home to use toward the purchase of your next home.
How Our Property Valuation Process Works
What is a Home Equity Analysis?
What is home equity?
Your home equity is determined by subtracting any unpaid mortgage and loan balances from the appraised value of your home. Homeowners often use their home equity toward purchasing a second home, refinancing their existing loan, or making repairs or other upgrades.
Why Should You Get an Property Value Analysis Prior to Selling Your House?
Prior to selling your house, it’s important you understand how much home equity you have so you know how much you can leverage if you’re planning to buy a second home after selling your first one.
If you’re considering selling your house, and you’re curious to know how much your home is worth, request a free home equity analysis today to understand your home’s fair market value.
How Will You Determine My Home's Fair Market Value?
While taking into consideration your home equity, our licensed realtors also review recent home sales in the area that you live. This gives us more insights into how to properly determine your home’s fair market value in today’s market.