Bells Home Value Reports
In the early 1870’s as the railroad was growing, it was a tradition to ring church bells as the trains approached and that is how the town of Bells was named. Known as the crossroads of friendliness, it now has more than 1,500 residents living in about 700 households, giving it sufficient housing data for analysis. When you want to know how much a house is worth, order a Bells TX Real Estate CMA Home Value Report which includes a comparative market analysis for any lot zoned for:
Bells Independent School District
Bells Comparative Market Analysis
Our guarantee: All of our reports and estimates are human generated. We do not use AVMs (automated valuation models). Therefore, we guarantee the accuracy of our valuations to be within +/-5% of an official appraisal 30 days after our report or it’s on us – that’s called “banking on it” 🙂
Bells Real Estate Appraisal Estimates (Not AVMs)
Every real estate site seems to have an estimated value listed next to each property. These are based on an automated valuation model (AVM) intended to provide an accurate assessment, but the true market value is often many thousands of dollars away. This occurs because the living area square footage and other facts are often misreported, especially for the sales comps. This has a significant effect on appraised values and why we created a human-generated home value report. We have more than a decade of experience creating appraisal emulations, so we know how to scrutinize property details, images, lot dimensions, comparable sales, listing data, tax history, and even ownership. Review our Sample Report. If you’re thinking of investing or selling a home zoned for the Bells Independent School District, order our appraisal emulation.
Bells TX Property Appraisal Resources
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