Wondering What Your Home Might Be Worth?

Thinking about selling and want to know how much your home is worth? Call our new 24 Hour Home Value Hotline provided by Utah Realty to get a FREE home evaluation* from Utah Realty’s top  agent.  Don’t trust just any website to give you an accurate value assessment of your home. With three decades of full time experience you will get a personalized report tailored from a local Real Estate expert. See how your home compares to similar homes in your neighborhood today!

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DISCLAIMER: A Home Valuation report is not a substitute for a Real Estate Appraisal in purchase or refinance transactions. Home Valuation report is only available for homes in Utah. 
  • For Sale By Owner (FSBO) Statistics

    • FSBOs accounted for 8% of home sales in 2016. The typical FSBO home sold for $190,000 compared to $249,000 for agent-assisted home sales.
    • FSBO methods used to market home:
      • Yard sign: 35%
      • Friends, relatives, or neighbors: 24%
      • Online classified advertisements: 11%
      • Open house: 15%
      • For-sale-by-owner websites: 8%
      • Social networking websites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.): 13%
      • Multiple Listing Service (MLS) website: 26%
      • Print newspaper advertisement: 5%
      • Direct mail (flyers, postcards, etc.): 4%
      • Video: 2%
      • None: Did not actively market home: 28%
    • Most difficult tasks for FSBO sellers:
      • Getting the right price: 15%
      • Understanding and performing paperwork: 12%
      • Selling within the planned length of time: 13%
      • Preparing/fixing up home for sale: 9%
      • Having enough time to devote to all aspects of the sale: 3%
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