Learn the Value of Butte County Homes
Known as the “Land of Natural Wealth and Beauty,” Butte County was incorporated in 1850 and has a very low population density of only 130 people per square mile. This is because its territory is spread over 1,677 square miles and occupied by a modest 212,000 residents. Despite its rural areas, many real estate investing opportunities frequently surface, especially in the City of Chico. But before you make an offer to sell or buy any house, get an unbiased assessment of what it’s worth by ordering our Butte County Real Estate CMA Home Value Report for any property near Biggs, Chico, Gridley, Oroville, and Paradise.
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All of our reports are manually processed; no AVMs (automated valuation models) are used. Therefore, we guarantee the accuracy to be +/-5% within 30 days of an officially licensed appraisal or our report is free.
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We do not use Realtors or any third parties. We are a neutral unbiased source of information that is not affiliated with (or influenced by) any real estate agents or brokers. You will receive your home value report within 24 hours directly from our own staff of experienced valuation processors.
Comparative Market Analysis
In addition to the more popular cities, we also provide our services to other areas such as Bangor, Berry Creek, Butte Creek Canyon, Butte Meadows, Butte Valley, Cherokee, Clipper Mills, Cohasset, Concow, Durham, Forbestown, Forest Ranch, Honcut, Kelly Ridge, Magalia, Nord, Oroville East, Palermo, Rackerby, Richvale, Robinson Mill, South Oroville, Stirling City, Thermalito, and Yankee Hill.
Get our real estate CMA-based multi-page report today featuring property characteristics and details along with images, aerial maps, lot dimensions, comparable sales, MLS list prices and closing archives, tax assessed history, owner of recorded deed, etc.