Net (perceived) Equity
Gross (real) Equity
Free Worksheet: Perceived Equity vs Real Equity – How much will you walk away with?
10 Step worksheet to accurately calculate the equity in your home
After spending a few minutes on our 1 page worksheet, you’ll:
- Know how to accurately calculate the equity in your home
- Understand the typical costs involved with a traditional home sale
- Have more information to help you make a decision if now is the right time for you to sell
Will you really get more money by selling traditionally with an agent? Maybe. Maybe not. While you may be able to get a higher “top line” sales price listing with an agent, that doesn’t always boil down to more money in your pocket or less headache It’s always best to look at your options and see what works best for your current situation and what your goals are.
By spending just a few minutes doing simple calculations that we lay out for you, you’re taking a step towards having a better understanding of the equity you have when selling traditionally; allowing you to make a more informed decision in what may be best for you. Our hope is that after spending just a few short minutes on this worksheet, you’ll have a better idea of whether you’re ready to sell or want to stay put a while longer. If you’re confident you want or need to sell, then hopefully this short exercise will help give an idea if a traditional sale or alternative sale is better for you.
It’s always important to discuss your unique circumstances with a real estate professional. When you’re ready for a Free & Complete Analysis, we would love to be the professionals you contact first. No obligation. Just help from LOCAL professionals that care.
We want you to have the knowledge to making an informed and educated decision, but it’s always important to discuss your unique circumstances with a real estate professional. When you’re ready for a Free & Complete Analysis, we would love to be the professionals you contact first. No obligation. Just help from LOCAL professionals that care.
Fill out the quick form to the right (or bottom) of the page and you’ll get access to this simple one page worksheet.