Learn the Value of Parker County Homes
In 1855, a state legislator by the name of Isaac Parker introduced a bill to establish Parker County and it was organized the following year. Encompassing 910 square miles, its highest elevation is Slipdown Mountain which rises 1,368 ft above sea level. There are approximately 150,000 residents countywide and a moderately-sized residential real estate market to house them. Before buying or selling any property, we would suggest ordering a Parker County Real Estate CMA Home Value Report for any property located near the cities of Aledo, Cool, Cresson, Fort Worth, Hudson Oaks, Mineral Wells, Reno, Springtown, Weatherford, Willow Park, Annetta, Millsap, Sanctuary, Briar, Horseshoe Bend, and Western Lake.
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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 +/-5% within 30 days of an officially sealed appraisal or our report is free.
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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 agents or brokers.
Comparative Market Analysis
In addition to the more popular cities, we sometimes provide our services to the smaller suburban and rural areas such as Brock, Dennis, Garner, Goshen, Peaster, Poolville, and Whitt.
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