Matt Harmon is a Strategic Real Estate Advisor at Real Estate Bees and a state-certified property appraiser, real estate photographer, and home measuring specialist. Matt started his real estate photography career back in 2007. By now, he has measured, photographed, and appraised thousands of homes.
Matt founded and currently manages his own company providing services for realtors such as real estate photography, home virtual tours, detailed floor plans, and real estate appraisals.
Matt has found success by bundling services together for real estate agents, to take the hassle out of listing a home. By heavily investing in technology and great team members, Matt has grown his business from doing 1-2 shoots a day to 15-20 shoots per day over the past 9 years.
homelightblog.wpengine.com 09/30/21 - “If there is a 2,000-square-foot home with a 500-square-foot unfinished third floor, and there are numerous homes in the neighborhood with 2,500 square feet, then finishing that third floor will generate a large impact on value,” explains Matt Harmon, a state-certified property appraiser, real estate photographer, and home measuring specialist.14 October 2021
homesandgardens.com 06/21/21 - Matt Harmon, Strategic Real Estate Advisor at Real Estate Bees in Raleigh, NC, said: 'From an appraiser's point of view, upgraded trim details help support a higher value in a house because they demonstrate higher overall quality. So when the home is compared to homes of lower quality, an upward value adjustment is made.'14 October 2021
usnews.com 06/01/21 - The goal of an appraisal, on the other hand, is to come up with an estimated market value for a particular property, based on its characteristics and market conditions, according to Matt Harmon, a state-certified property appraiser and strategic real estate advisor at Real Estate Bees. "Appraisers seek to determine the fair market value that a typically motivated buyer would pay for a home."14 October 2021