Home Valuation

Curious how much your house is worth?

    How home value estimator works

    You enter your
    address

    This is all we need to begin pulling market value data.

    We use Real Estate industry data

    Our home valuation pulls market data from public and user -submitted data.

    You get your home value estimate emailed to you

    You get your home value estimate emailed to you

    What goes into an estimate

    Several factors go into an estimate, but these are the 6-key factors:

    Location. Location. Location.

    Small homes in desirable neighborhoods can cost more than large houses in isolated areas. The proximity to schools, shopping, medical facility and major roads for easy commute can also be relevant.

    A matter of
    size

    Size does matter in terms of usable space, such as number of bedrooms, bathrooms and total square footage, as well as yard size.

    Old vs.
    New

    Old constructions often decrease in home value. This is due to age of plumbing, electrical wiring, roofing, A/C and outdated indoors. Often homeowners of older homes need to invest in upgrades to remain competitive.

    Property
    assessment

    Property value assessments are done every year to determine your property taxes. The value determined is also taken in consideration.

    Neighborhood price
    comparison

    How much other houses nearby sold and how long they were on the market also impact what your home is worth.

    Supply and
    demand

    The state of the market has a big impact. You house value estimate increases when demand as in number of buyers is high and the supply, number of houses for sale, is low. However, the reverse can also make the value drop.

    Want to know what is your house worth?

    Get an unbias estimate based on data.

      *It is not an appraisal it should be used as a starting point. It doesn’t take in consideration recent upgrades or unknown need for repairs.