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Can I get a zestimate for our house in chino, CA if I provide an address?

  • May 29 2013 - Chino
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Zillow has a pretty good tool called, "Zestimate." You can go to other websites such as Homesnap and Redfin to get a good idea of what your property is worth. Make sure you do your research in the event you do invite an agent to your home to discuss possibly working together.

Best of luck!

Richard Reyes
  • December 16 2014
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A local Realtor will provide you with a valuation of your property if you invite them to your home to discuss that and the potential sale.
  • December 14 2014
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  • June 11 2014
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"not very many people are like a real estate professional who will work for free on the chance they can pay their bills" -

There are tens of millions of "professionals" that work on a "commission basis", especially in various sales positions.  You don't have to be a member of NAR to be a sales professional nor other professional that works on a commission basis.  Not to mention, most business owners do all kinds of things to keep their businesses running, paying their employees first, even if it means they have no income and have to take out loans to pay their staff, on the expectation that their investment will eventually pay off, assuming they did reasonably good business planning.

And no, not all members of NAR are equal.  The majority of them quit within 2 years, as they are just not suited to the work.  And experience and ethics matter, not the unethical NAR pretend "code of ethics" that only protects the interests of members of NAR.  So a random agent states "contact a member of NAR for a FREE CMA?"  Why would anyone select professional representation by a random selection based on a CMA that one has no reference information to evaluate, that has no published statistics with it?  And the math background of the people that provide such opinions?  They are not licensed appraisers.  They are not professional statisticians.  They are "sales people" and the only thing required in most areas to get that sales license is a high school diploma (which may mean they don't even have any Algebra skills...), 140 hours of training, and simple 1/2 day test, and payment of licensing fees, insurance fees, association membership fees, and MLS membership fees.

Yes, there are plenty of other "free" AVM sites for other opinions of approximate value.  Here are a few to try:
Realestate.com/homepricecheck

homes.com

finestexpert.com


Homesand.net

Eppraisal

realquest.com express

cyberhomes.com

trulia

chase

homegain

No, I'm not "anti Realtor", but I do object to people answering questions about how to use a website... "forget the website, let me give you my opinion instead so that I can have a commission".
  • May 29 2013
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You have to remember that estimates are an opinion, You can go to a zillow map and your property values will show and the neighborhood as well, there are other sites you can check like trulia, realtor and many other places for this information.
If you want to sell your home, it is wise to use professionals who will guide you, and of course there are fees involved, just like when you sell your house yourself, you always count the cost
Pasadenan sounded very anti-real estate agent, these people make their living on the purchase of real estate, not very many people are like a real estate professional who will work for free on the chance they can pay their bills.

  • May 29 2013
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Anyone that says "I can provide a CMA", is really saying "I want a commission to sell your house"!  Though they tell you it is "free", they also tell you that "you get what you pay for", meaning their CMA is worth "nothing".  Zillow provides new estimates for almost 100 million homes in the U.S. nominally 3 times a week.  Now, you just try to get any Realtor that promises you "free" CMA's to give you new ones even once a week!  And since Zillow will let you see the estimates on any home you want to look at, Why not get that Realtor to give you 20 CMA's each week, especially when you tell him that you already have an agent, and have no intention of giving him a commission for anything?

To look up the most recent Zestimate for your home, go to the web page:
http://www.zillow.com/homes/
then type in your address.
It should find it.  click on it to open the home details page.  Make sure you not only look at the Zestimate, but also the Zestimate RANGE (70% confidence interval), and the chart that shows the Zestimates by month for up to 10 years with the Zindex for the Zip Code, and City.

Remember, Zillow checks the "sold prices" each fiscal quarter to the Zestimates for each county, to see how close they came, and publishes those statistics.  (Zestimates link at the bottom of every Zillow page).
You just try to get any Realtor to provide such statistics for their CMA's!  Even if you pay them $100k, they won't do it.
  • May 29 2013
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What info do you need?
  • May 29 2013
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I can provide you with a comparable market analysis report if you like.
  • May 29 2013
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