Seacoast Home Values Have Increased This Year!

See how much your home is worth with our new free tool—and best of all, there's no obligation to list!

Discover Your Property's
Updated Value

Insert your address to receive a property evaluation from an educated and trusted agent in the New Hampshire and Maine area!

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How We Do It


Tell Us About Your Home

Put in your address and hit "Find Out." Then, tell us a little bit about your home so we can get started.


We'll Do the Research

We'll look at recent sales of similar homes, current inventory, and other real estate stats to determine the best listing price.


Get Your Answer

We'll reach out to you as soon as we determine the appropriate listing price for your home.

How Our Home Evaluation Works

Selling your house is a big decision. You want the best possible price, you want it to sell quickly, and you want to have the least amount of inconvenience. To truly understand the value of a Portsmouth home — or any property on the New Hampshire or Maine Seacoast, for that matter — you need to know more than just the number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, and square footage.

To get the full picture, you'll need a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) from an experienced real estate professional. We can help!

Factors That Influence Your Home's Price

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Absorption Rates

Is the market in favor of buyers or sellers in your area? Absorption rates can vary dramatically from community to community, so it's important to consider how competitive the market is and price your home accordingly.

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Comparable Homes

Recent sales of homes similar to yours can tell us a lot about the market value of your home. We'll take a look at properties that have similar number of bedrooms, square footage, and recent home improvements.

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Current Interest Rates

Interest rates play a big role in the demand for homes — and ultimately your home's pricing strategy. Lower interest rates put more buyers in the market, but higher interest rates take them out.