No matter if you are buying, selling or investing in Real Estate, the common denominator is value. Value has distinct features and therefore the exact nature of each property must be considered. Value will be subjective to the buyer/seller, often reflecting characteristics of the person and may be based on their personal opinion. What is important to one buyer/seller might not be shared by others. To be able to determine value, one must clearly understand the market interest that is to be valued. Your Realtor will use a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) to suggest a value/price that will reflect current market conditions. A prudent seller/buyer can and should expect a knowledgeable Realtor to guide you through a transaction and give you a complete understanding of the relationship you have with them. For most of us, buying a home is the largest single investment we will make in our lifetime; while selling a home could be the most important and potentially rewarding financial transaction we can make. For these reasons, you will be properly informed, given the right information, and know that you can expect competent, professional service from you Realtor.