Mission Home Value Reports
In 1908, the Missouri Pacific Railroad established a railway station and that same year, the City of Mission was founded. Mrs. Ann Voltz, who lived in the Madero area, suggested that the new town be named Mission after the La Lomita Mission. Since then, the community has grown from a railroad stop to a thriving city with a large citrus industry that’s celebrated annually with a Citrus Fiesta. If you’re a homebuyer, seller, or renovator that needs to know a property value, get your very own Mission TX Real Estate CMA Home Value Report which features a comparative market analysis for any house zoned for the Mission Consolidated, La Joya, Sharyland, and South Texas Independent School Districts.
Mission 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” 🙂
Mission Real Estate Appraisal Estimates (Not AVMs)
If you prefer not to contact a local real estate agent, you may conduct your own research by ordering a home value report. Unlike the major real estate sites that offer an automated valuation model (AVM), our valuation processors will research property facts, photos, lot dimensions, comparable sales, current listing data, tax history, and vital statistics. Popular real estate websites that display AVM-based estimated values next to their listings often fail to catch artificially inflated costs per square foot. This is because their listings often contain the wrong living area. Review our Sample Report page and receive your own personalized valuation for any property zoned for the Mission Consolidated, La Joya, Sharyland, and South Texas Independent School Districts.
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