I would not rely on the Zillow calculations. They are algorythims. I would contact an agent in your local market. Primarily someone recommended by people you trust. I would take their advice. I would get 3 market analysis from 3 different agents. See where the middle ground is and go from there. They are the market experts.
Having a sign is always very important, and flyers available for drive-by activity. Having it in the mls is huge, but do be sure to check that your agent's mls feeds to Zillow, realtor.com, trulia, and other major real estate sites that buyers search. Open houses typically just bring in the nosey neighbors. If after all of that work, you still have nothing, and the home shows well, the only thing you can do is adjust the price. You do have a battle with your location. You may want to promote your home to nearby larger companies that may have employees relocating to the area that would appreciate the easy highway access. I hope this helps.
I would highly suggest having 2-3 Realtors come in and give you a free no-obligation market analysis. A website cannot tell your local market conditions.
Most likely if they tried to you could sue for performance. However, your best bet would be to contact a local real estate attorney and obtain their professional opinon and let them review the current contract.
The "value" of your home is its "Fair Market Value", it has nothing to do with how much you have in equity or how much you personally "Value" your home. It is what the market is willing to pay for your home in the current market conditions. I absolutely would suggest getting 3 comparative market analysis. And don't be so quick to go with the highest price quoted. Some will give you a market value too high, just to get the listing, and some will go far too low to list and sell it extremely quickly. So I suggest 3 and using your best judgement on what is presented to you.Best of luck to you
You need to click on Edit and then "Claim the Listing", verify you are the owner and then it will allow you to edit it. If you manually entered the listing, go to the top of the page, click on the my zillow drop down menu and click on listings. You can edit from there.
Yes it is illegal if they are listed with someone else in the state of Wisconsin. Also, it is illegal if they are on the Do not call list.
Claim the listing, then change the status to Sold.
It depends on where you are at in the financing process. Talk with your lender about your concerns. If it is rate, check to see if they can adjust yours