Denver Colorado Buyers Agent Reports On Getting Real Estate Property Valuations

The Buyer Agent Search service answers the question of what can sellers do when they don't agree to the suggested home valuation provided by the real estate agent.

Evergreen, United States - August 24, 2019 /PressCable/ —

A new report and podcast released by Denver’s best agent finder service examines the discussion made on Denver’s Barry and Larry Real Estate radio show. Comments made on the show suggest when selling real estate, it is advisable to get a second or even third opinion. This property valuation is given by the real estate agents. Getting opinions and other items will be presented at a free boot camp on September 21, 2019. This presentation will discuss the 10 steps of home buying and home selling that are important for consumers to know.

The radio show airs at 8:00 am and 11:00 am on Saturdays in Colorado. The new report examines the August 10, 2019 show. The report may be found here:

An estimate of the home value given by a professional is important in the home selling process. A real estate agent will give the worth of the house based on factors like the physical condition of the house, its location, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, etc. This estimation done by the agent helps in determining the market strategy needed and how the seller will negotiate with potential buyers. While there are other resources available where consumers can get an approximate value of their home, real estate professionals can provide a very accurate valuation. This is because they have access to an extensive database of sold similar properties in the area. This process is called a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). Real estate professionals will perform a CMA for free prior to a commitment to work with them.

But what can consumers do in case they don’t agree to the suggested selling price provided by the agent? The host of the radio show suggests that if the seller thinks the suggested price is too high or too low, he/she can get a second opinion from another agent. If the estimates are far apart, get a third opinion. The agent’s local knowledge of the market and neighborhood plays a big role in performing a accurate CMA. One of the best ways to get several CMAs is to interview 2 or 3 agents before committing to a single agent.

The Buyer Agent Search Service headed by Kathleen Chiras has been helping consumers have a smooth and successful buying or selling process with their wide network of thousands of highly-qualified agents. They provide a free consultation and match consumers with the best seller or buyer agents based on their needs. This consultation service has been trusted and rated by consumers for over 20 years. To start looking for highly experienced and top-notch fiduciaries anywhere in the United States, Canada, and Costa Rica, real estate investors may go to If looking for exclusive buyer agents to help with buying or selling real estate specifically in Colorado, consumers may visit

Those interested the free boot camp on the 10 steps for buying or selling a home may use the link provided above to get registration information.

Contact Info:
Name: Kathleen Chiras
Email: Send Email
Organization: Skyfor, Inc.
Address: 7652 Gartner Rd., Evergreen, CO 80439, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88911271

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