Philadelphia’s Art Museum neighborhood is often noted as one of the best places to live in Philly. The neighborhood is full of cultural attractions, unique residential areas and beautiful open-spaces parks. Whether you own a condo in one of the high-rise apartment buildings or live in an architecturally unique townhome off Aspen Street, you may be asking exactly how much is my home worth in 19103?
Whether your listing fits the $200k range or you have an expansive home on Green Street that would list for north of $1 million, we can provide a free home valuation to give you an idea of how much your Art museum neighborhood home is worth.
Homebuyers flock to the Art Museum area in part because of the nationally recognized cultural attractions like The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Rodin Museum and The Franklin Institute. The Art Museum community is just far enough from the hustle of the city, but still close to dining, shopping and community events that allow you to enjoy the area.
One question that we get pretty often is, “How do you know how much my home is worth?” Determining the value of your home in zip code 19103 requires your real estate agent to produce a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) for your neighborhood. A CMA is a report that compares your home to similar, recently sold properties within the same area. Agents will use a CMA to help you price your house competitively to bring in the most potential buyers.
For example, if you list your Art Museum area home for sale and your home features two bedrooms, an attached garage and was built in 2010, the comparables will have similar features. You’ll be able to see what neighboring homes are listed for, what recently purchased homes sold for and how long the houses were on the market. If timing is an issue for you, we can help you understand how long it will take to sell your Philadelphia home.