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want to remove your zestimate of my house fromyour zillow web site, how do I???????

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This is what the CEO Spencer Rascoff of Zillow posted recently about Removing Zestimates

"Regarding why we don't let owners opt their home out of Zestimates: we believe that providing home valuations, as imperfect as they might sometimes be, is in the public interest.

Access to this type of information benefits the overall market, and frankly if real estate data including Zestimates had been more readily available in the 2003-2006 bubble era (which was pre-Zillow), perhaps we wouldn't be paying the price today in our overall economy. Information empowers people to make smarter decisions."....(LINK)


Now you can read what the Chief Economist for Zillow said the last few days in this Forum about removing/opting out of the Zestimate
Stan Humphries Chief Economist of Zillow Explains Zestimates
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April 21 2012
With so many inaccurate zestimates and zillows refusal to correct or delete their nonsense valuations from private property our legislators need to catch up with technology that regulates zillow in the same way that other major companies are regulated, eg Utilities, Banks, Insurance, Healthcare, Communications, Investments, etc.

A good start would be the introduction of a website www.donotzestimate.gov in the same way as you can register not to be pestered by telemarketing companies. You might be interested in the attached thread on this forum.

http://www.zillow.com/advice-thread/Stan-Humphries-Chief-Economist-of-Zillow-Explains-Zestimates-Today-in-Person/439597/ 
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You can claim your home on Zillow and edit the home facts such as home size, lot size etc. "help" on the bottom of the page offers you an entry to the FAQs.    Changing home facts doesn't remove the Zestimate, but may change the Zestimate.   If you are putting your home on the market, incorrect facts on the home may make some potential buyers unhappy.


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Maybe your not willing, but I see where it's been done! Now HOW??
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Zillow isn't willing to remove Zestimates from their website.  If you are interested in the background to their approach, you can see this linked FAQ.

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April 21 2012
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I have noticed some of my neighbors already have removed their info from your site. SO= I know it's done, now how do I do it???
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April 21 2012
Zillow uses a straight line averaging system to come up with zestimates. I'm not exactly sure it can be removed but it would definitely be something to contact customer support about if you wanted to. In terms of the zestimate itself, what particular reason did you want to have it removed for?
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