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How do I delete my home off of Zillow? Thanks

  • November 07 2012 - Redlands
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If you're using public information why aren't you using the auditor's values which are closer to accurate than the totally skewed values Zillow is posting based on usually homes not even nearby, not comparable, and often short sales or foreclosures which do not reflect the actual value, while many other higher valued homes remains around the home you have devalued and are not figured into the algorithm.  If you're going to claim you use public sources, you need to use more reliable ones, and not try to calculate on your own based on subjective weight of values you assign to them.  Or you should give the homeowner the right to challenge or have their home removed, not just notate, for example, that an appraisal proved a higher value or the home sold for much more only a couple years before -- all indicators that Zillow is WAY off. Your values are nowhere near Trulia's or Realtor's or other home valuation sites, and this contributes to dragging the economy down and poor realized sales prices when buyers rely on this.  Thank you for your attention to this major problem Zillow is causing with its completely inaccurate assessments.
  • December 16 2012
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Hi user4380964

 No. The information we provide is public information, gathered from county records. By having access to information about other people's homes you ultimately know more about your own. This amount of information levels the playing field and leads to a more efficient real estate marketplace, which is one reason most government entities make home information public. We use detailed information on as many homes in the U.S. as possible to calculate home Zestimates and to enable you to create your own estimates of market value.

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Laurice
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  • November 08 2012
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