Round Rock Appraiser for Real Estate
Round Rock, TX is a city of 93,638 (2010 population) in Central Texas, just North of Austin.
Quick Stats for Round Rock TX Homes Sold in 2010:
- 1274 homes in Round Rock, Texas have sold Year to Date (September 9th, 2010)
- Median sales price (half sold above, half sold below) of these homes was $179,995.
- Median Size was 2225 square feet.
- The median days on the market was 42.
Who Can Order a Round Rock Appraisal?
Anyone can! If you’re not sure what type of appraisal you need for your property in Round Rock, just call us at (512) 541-2107 and explain what you are trying to do so that we can figure out the appraisal product that meets your needs.
One important thing to know is that if you are in the process of obtaining a new mortgage or refinancing an existing one, the lender must order the appraisal. Have your lender visit this page or call us to make the arrangements for your appraisal. If your lender does not have us on their current roster of appraisers, ask them to add Appraisal IQ (Orlando Masis) to make sure that your appraisal is the most accurate appraisal possible for your property. If you are getting an FHA loan, your lender will need to contact us to obtain some information to be able to get an FHA “case number” from HUD to proceed.
Round Rock includes the following zip codes: 78664, 78665, 78681
Fee Schedule for Round Rock Appraisals
More Round Rock Texas Real Estate Sales Data for 2010
An update to this post, with Round Rock, TX Property Sales Data (Homes only, not condos or land) through October 4th, 2010:
You can see that of a total of 3537 homes that have been for sale in 2010 in the city of Round Rock, 1387 have sold and an additional 200 are under contract. One thing to note is that of the original 3537 listings, 1087 have either been withdrawn from the market, or expired before they received an acceptable offer. Homes expire when the price just isn’t right for the location and condition of the home and for current market conditions.
A Listing Appraisal can help you avoid this problem by demonstrating to you and your real estate agent how your home compares from an appraisal perspective to recent homes that have sold. After all, do you want to list your home in Round Rock, or sell it? Although many agents are excellent at preparing comparative market analysis for a home that will be listed for sale, many aren’t. Are you certain your agent knows his or her numbers? Be certain and get a professional appraisal.
Google Map for Round Rock, Texas
The Insurance Journal reported in December of 2009 that the Austin-Round Rock TX Metropolitan area is one of the most secure large metro areas in which to live. According to the report:
“The rankings, compiled by database experts at www.bestplaces.net, took into consideration crime statistics, extreme weather, risk of natural disasters, housing depreciation, foreclosures, air quality, terrorist threats, environmental hazards, life expectancy and job loss numbers in 379 U.S. municipalities. The study divided the communities into three groups: large metropolitan areas, mid-size cities and small towns.”
The whole list:
Large Metro Areas (500,000 or more residents)
1. Austin-Round Rock, Texas
2. Des Moines-West Des Moines, Iowa
3. Madison, Wis.
4. Bethesda-Gaithersburg-Frederick, Md.
5. Rochester, N.Y.
6. Honolulu, Hawaii
7. Syracuse, N.Y.
8. El Paso, Texas
9. Portland-South Portland-Biddeford, Maine
10. Nassau-Suffolk Counties, N.Y.
11. Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minn.
12. McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas
13. Portland-Beaverton, Ore.-Vancouver, Wash.
14. New Haven-Milford, Conn.
15. Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Conn.
16. Pittsburgh, Pa.
17. Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, Wash.
18. Colorado Springs, Colo.
19. Denver, Colo.
20. Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, Pa.