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FREE Comparative Market Analysis for Cape Coral/ Lee County Florida Sellers



The correct selling price of a home is the highest price that the market will bear. To assist you in determining the correct asking price I provide you with a comprehensive market analysis of comparable properties sold and offered for sale in your neighborhood.

To provide a more detailed Comparative Market Analysis, I would be more than happy to also assess your property in person.

Simply enter your criteria below, and I will provide you with a speedy response. The more information given, the more accurate the evaluation. All information you provide is secure and will be kept strictly confidential.  There is no obligation.  Please indicate when you are thinking of selling and if you are moving within Cape Coral/ Lee County or relocating outside Cape Coral/Lee County, Florida. Many thanks!


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ABOUT 90% OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES ARE OVER ASSESSED, yet only 1 in 50 homeowners challenge their property tax assessments. Americans don't realize that they may be entitled to exemptions that could result in 5-20% plus of their bills. You can appeal your Property Tax Assessment:

OBTAIN YOUR PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT from your local goverment's tax assessment's office and review your property description. Look for defects that were omitted - such as inaccuracies in the number of rooms or square footage.

ASK THE ASSESSOR'S OFFICE TO PROVIDE COMPARABLE PROPERTY PRICES AND ASSESSED VALUES in your community so you can be sure that your home is not being overtaxed. The Freedom of Information Act and "right-to-know" laws entitle you to any and all information relating to your property including property assessment's list's, zoning maps, property tax exemptions, such as those for veteran's, the elderly, the disabled and also low income homeowners, etc.

IF YOU BELIEVE YOUR ASSESSMENT IS INACCURATE, ask the assessor's office in writing to lower it. If the request is denied, you will need to go through a formal appeal. Ask for a list of procedures and deadlines. In cases of higher-value homes, you might want to hire an attorney if it becomes necessary to go to court.

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