Arrange an appraisal


What is an appraisal? It's an estimate of what your home is likely to be worth if you sell it in the next few months. Appraisals should always be free and without any on-going obligations.
 
Appraisals can be organised for a variety of reasons. Naturally it's the first step if you're planning to sell your home, but they can also be a simple way of re-assessing just how much your home is likely to attract in the current market so that you can review your insurance cover or credit limits. 
 
Arranging an appraisal at Rutherford Johnston Properties is as easy as phoning us on: (02) 6253 3333 or emailing us at: info@rutherfordjohnston.com
 

An agent will ask a few basic questions about your home, including its size, location and condition as well as your time constraints or expectations if you're likely to sell. For instance, are you moving overseas and need money urgently or are you willing to wait as long as it takes to get the highest offer?    
 
The agent will then do some background research and visit your home whenever it’s convenient to you, so that they can get a sense of the property for themselves. You should then receive an appraisal on the spot.
 
When you're organising an appraisal, take care not to sign anything. Without realising it, you may be entering a legally-binding contract to give that agency exclusive rights to sell your home for a specified period; e.g. three months.
 
At Rutherford Johnston Properties we guarantee you'll never be asked to sign anything until you're fully aware of the sales process and totally committed to the sale.

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