Longview Home Value Reports
Established in 1870, the town of Longview incorporated a year later and eventually become a major hub for the region being home to large industrial businesses, colleges, and universities. Its even known for being a favorable jurisdiction for patent infringement plaintiffs. The current population is estimated to be 82,000 with over 30,000 households, allowing for a robust amount of housing data for us to research and deliver a Longview TX Real Estate CMA Home Value Report which features a comparative market analysis for any property zoned for the Longview, Pine Tree, Spring Hill, and Hallsville Independent School Districts.
Longview 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” 🙂
Longview Real Estate Appraisal Estimates (Not AVMs)
“Useless” is one way we tend to describe an automated valuation model (AVM). It is a computer algorithm used to calculate estimated home values on famous real estate sites. Unfortunately, vital facts like the living area and other features are frequently misreported, even for each sales comp. Fortunately, we developed a manual home value report which offers a reliable appraisal emulation. Only humans know how to research property details, photos, lot dimensions, sales comps, listing data, tax history, and even ownership. Review our Sample Report today if you’re thinking of investing or selling a home zoned for the Longview, Pine Tree, Spring Hill, and Hallsville Independent School Districts.
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