Learn the Value of Johnson County Homes
Founded in 1854, Johnson County was named for a Texas Ranger, and politician, Middleton Johnson. But the first settler actually arrived five years earlier in 1849 and the log cabin he built, still exists today. His name was Henry Briden and you can see his original home in Rio Vista when driving on State Highway 174. Today, the population of the county exceeds 180,000 residents, so there’s plenty of housing data for those who want to to learn their home’s current market value by ordering a Johnson County Real Estate CMA Home Value Report for property located in Alvarado, Briaroaks, Burleson, Cleburne, Cresson, Coyote Flats, Godley, Grandview, Joshua, Keene, Rio Vista, Cross Timber, Venus, and Pecan Plantation.
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All of our reports are human reviewed. We do not use AVMs (automated valuation models). Therefore, we guarantee the accuracy to be within +/-5% of an officially sealed appraisal within 30 days.
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It’s Texas, we get it, but don’t sweat it, we are not in the business of sharing any information with a Realtor. Our job is to manually research and evaluate your subject property to provide an accurate estimated value. You will receive your home value report within 24 hours directly from us, an independent source of information that is not affiliated with (or influenced by) any real estate sales associates or brokers.
Comparative Market Analysis
In addition to the more popular cities, we also provide our services to the smaller suburban and rural areas such as Lillian and Egan.
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.