Note: The Relocation Director must check for the following prior to
signing off on the BMA for Value/Most Likely Sales Analysis Report.
Has the Agent indicated the client required marketing time at the top of page?
Confirm that the BMA agent is aware that the BMA for Value will be the actual
“Buyout” for the transferring employee and the client will expect to sell the
home for that price, should it come into inventory.
Is the subject currently listed? If so, has the list price and history of activity
been considered in value?
If Seller Financing Concessions” or “Marketing Concessions” are impacting
value, supply confirming/supporting data.
Have municipal or state required inspections been noted (those required to
Are there any additions or improvements that would require a Certificate of
Occupancy (even if completed by a prior owner).
Is there physical, visible evidence of a problem that would require an
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Is the subject priced competitively with Competitive Listings?
Have 3 Competitive Listings and Comparable Sales been provided? If there
have been no listings/sales in the immediate area, please comment and
continue to provide data from competing markets.
If Competing Listings and Comparable Sales have not been personally
inspected by the agent, has the agent gathered reliable data from the listing
agent, MLS, etc.?
Have “Concessions” been confirmed for all Listings and Sales to assure that
all data is reliable?
Most Likely Sales price must consider the clients time frame for the subject in
Net Price AS-IS will be the Buyout for the transferee.
Does the final value represent AS-IS value as of the date of the evaluation
reflecting the Client specific time parameters?
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