Is your BC Assessment fair market value?

According to BC Assessment, “fair market value” is defined as the estimated price that a property would sell for on the open market as of July 1st of the current year. This value is determined by considering recent sales of similar properties in the same neighbourhood, as well as other factors such as land size, building age and condition, and any special features or amenities that the property may have.

How Much is my House Really Worth?

If you’re thinking of  selling your home on Vancouver Island, it’s important to know what your property is worth. As a professional real estate agent, I can offer you a free home evaluation service that can give you an estimate of your home’s value today.

To get started, simply enter your address and some basic information about your property in the free Home Evaluation form. The Comparative Market Analysis, also known as a CMA report will take into account factors like the size and location of your home, as well as recent sales of similar properties in the area.

Once you have your home’s estimated value, you can use that figure to help set a realistic asking price when you put your property on the market.  

Getting a free home valuation is a quick and easy way to find out how much your property is worth from a professional real estate agent. It’s a valuable report that can help you get the most money possible when selling your home.

Establishing a Price

The answers to your home selling questions are just a click away. Let me assist you in finding the value of your property by preparing a no obligation and free Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). This will give you an informative perspective of your properties current value in the market. 

With my CMA, we can determine a suggested listing price for your property to yield the highest return possible. This analysis will give you a better idea of how long it may take to sell your property and how much it may sell for in today’s market.

How do I find the assessed value of my property in BC?

If you’re thinking of selling your home on Vancouver Island, it’s important to know how much it’s worth. The assessed value of a property is determined by the BC Assessment Authority, and is based on the market value as of July 1st of the current year. With my CMA report, I can help you find the current assessed value of your home so that you can list it at the right price today.

BC Assessment Value

Looking to find out the assessed value of your property in BC? The BC Assessment Value is a great place to start. This online tool provides an estimate of your property’s value as of July 1 of the current year, based on information from the most recent BC Assessment Roll.

To find the value, simply enter your property’s address, legal description, or lot number. Once you have done so, you will be able to see an bc assessed value for your property, as well as information on its location, size, and type.

Keep in mind that the assessed value is just an estimate – for a more accurate assessment, you will need to contact me. However, their assessment value can give you a good idea of what your property is worth, and is a great starting point for any further research you may do.

Is BC Assessment fair market value?

Some people believe that BC Assessment’s fair market values are often too high, especially when compared to the sale prices of similar properties in other parts of the province. However, it’s important to remember that assessment values are not necessarily the same as sale prices, and should only be used as a general guide when considering how much a property is worth.