Listing at the right price is crucial and a professional appraisal from Tri-County Appraisals will ensure you get it right.

If you're planning on selling your home soon, an appraisal is absolutely necessary. Don't think of a professional appraisal as costing money; it's worth the money in the long run! Unless the homeowner spends hours every week on real estate valuation, like a professional appraiser does, it's practically impossible for them to understand the nuances of local real estate values.

While important, an appraisal is not about how much you have invested in your home, or how much you want for it. Rather, a appraisal provides a professional opinion on your home's market value.

Contact us for details regarding the specific services we offer for home sellers.

Selling on your own?

Quite a few CO homeowners are deciding to sell their homes FSBO (For Sale By Owner) and foregoing the help of a real estate agent. But to do it right, quickly and to get the most you can, what you need is a qualified appraiser. It can be very difficult to get objective opinions, it's very difficult to be objective about your own home because of your emotional attachment to it. We will explain to you what you need to know, not just what you want to hear.

Not only will getting a professional appraisal help you set a realistic asking price to attract more potential buyers, a professional appraisal can:

  • Be a very beneficial bargaining tool when you find a potential buyer
  • Put buyers at ease with written proof of the condition of your home inside and out
  • Alert you of problems and eliminate overlooked repairs hassles that might stall a closing
  • Prevent the odds of unrevealed problems that cause sales to flop

People are surprised to discover the value of their home is more than they originally believed. So by taking the first step and investing in a professional appraisal allowed them to get thousands more than they originally expected. Alternatively, some people have an inflated assessment when they put a value on their home, and an appraisal gave then the assistance they needed in order to set a more reasonable price their home allowing them to quickly sell it instead of gathering dust on the market for months. Selling too high will not attract buyers, which means no offers and no closing, which can waste your valuable time and drain your resources while getting nothing done

Pre-listing appraisals in Larimer County

You might have an extremely talented agent but it's definitely a good idea to get an objective third-party's opinion of value prior to finalizing a listing agreement. And that's where Tri-County Appraisals comes in. An appraisal can be extremely helpful in a scenario like this. You and agent will get a comprehensive description of your property and its features which will give you insight into how the local real estate market is performing with a detailed analysis of recent comparable properties in the area.

Serving Larimer County with unsurpassed real estate consulting services

Have you decided against a full appraisal but are looking for information about the real estate market in your area? Maybe you feel like an appraisal is not necessary but you require assistance gathering local sales and property data. We can provide assistance for your real estate decisions with services especially tailored for customers with your real estate needs.

If your wondering what you'll be getting from us when ordering an appraisal just take a look....

  • Fast response to your initial inquiry: We will provide you with personalized information for your individual appraisal need. Just tell us your situation and we will make suggestions.
  • Swift turnaround time: Typically one week or less from the date we receive the request, you'll have a copy, in PDF of the report in your e-mail inbox.
  • Appraisal and consulting report arrangements to suit YOUR needs: When dealing with appraisal and consulting, "One size does NOT fit all." We provide a variety of report types, and are experienced at providing appraisals to consumers that keep the industry jargon to a minimum so that you don't have to be qualified loan officer to read it.
  • Prompt to follow-up questions: Reports we create are written in plain English, simple to understand, and meet or exceed the Uniform Standards of Professional Practice that regulates the appraisal practice. If you have any questions about your appraisal, after you've read through the report, we encourage you to email or call us!