When you’re pricing your home for sale, the most common method appraisers, Realtors, and homeowners use is the “comparative sales” method – by comparing your home to other homes in the neighborhood which have recently sold, you can arrive at a likely market value for your home. But when you’re looking for “comparable sales,” you may come across any number of “off market” sales which you’d think should be considered when calculating the value of any other property. But…should these “off market” sales even be considered? Are they useful information, or just noise? I explore that very topic in this riveting episode of It’s a Seb Show!
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