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All the other answers so far are good.
Zestimates are a good starting point. Generally, the more conforming the homes in your community are to each other, the more accurate it will be. Zillow has made great strides in improving zestimates. Unfortunately all of the distressed sales currently make them much less accurate.
They will never replace a good Realtor that has personally seen many of the comps, knows the area and which homes are really the most comparable. A good full time active local Realtor can take into account subjective factors such as condition, updates, and subtleties of location. Things like quiet street vs. busy street, view, sunny back yard, as well as negative factors (looks like TV's The Munsters live next door).
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