Leon County is part of the Red Hills Region in Florida which features rolling hills as opposed to a flat landscape seen throughout most of the state. Its county seat, the City of Tallahassee, is also the state capital and home to Florida State University. Over 300,000 residents live countywide so there’s enough housing data to determine the value of any house in Leon County when you order a custom real estate CMA-based U.S. Home Value Report.
Find out the Value of a Home in Leon County
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Single-Family Homes • Condominiums • Townhomes • Duplexes
Leon County Appraisal Emulations
If you want to know how much your house is worth without spending hundreds of dollars on a real estate appraisal, order our U.S. Home Value Report. It’s an appraisal emulation that estimates how much an Leon County appraiser would likely value your home.
We Estimate Home Values in the Following Areas:
Municipalities: Tallahassee and Woodville. Other areas may also include Belair, Bradfordville, Capitola, Centerville, Chaires, Felkel, Fort Braden, Iamonia, Meridian, Miccosukee, Ochlockonee, and Wadesboro.
Zip Codes: 32303, 32304, 32312, 32309, 32301, 32308, 32311, 32305, 32310, 32317, 32313, 32399, 32307, 32302, 32306, 32314, 32316, 32315, 32318, 32395, and 32362.
Leon County Property Appraisal Resources
Leon County Property Appraiser
Our Appraisal Emulation Process
Unlike the Automated Valuation Models which calculate the “often wrong” estimated values on real estate sites, we have experienced valuation processors that individually research, assess, and prepare your report. Here’s an overview of our process:
Step 1. Property Questionnaire
The first step (if you are familiar with the subject property) is to ask you a few important questions about the home, especially concerning any improvements that have been made or are needed. Having a new kitchen and updated bathrooms could have a significant impact on a home’s value so be sure to tell us.
Step 2. Subject Property Research
Our processors then go on a fact finding mission to retrieve as much data as possible about the subject property, including its size, rooms, lot, amenities, etc.
Step 3. Comparable Properties Search
Better known as “real estate comps” or “sales comps,” this process involves finding, evaluating, and selecting recently sold properties in the immediate area (a minimum of 5, but often 10 or more).
Step 4. Comparative Market Analysis
Also referred to as a “real estate CMA” – once all of the data has been collected and compiled, each comparable property is analyzed and compared against the subject property to assist in formulating an opinion of its estimated value.
Step 5. Report Preparation and Delivery
The final step is to assemble a multi-page report that is emailed as a PDF within 24 hours and comes complete with a full set of sales comps, property details, images, and more.