You can use a home's Zestimate home value as a starting point and then ask for a comparative market analysis (CMA) from a local real estate agent. They can provide this for free and will know best what your home is worth. And if you want to go an extra step, get an appraisal for a few hundred bucks. Good luck!
Wait, rockinblu -- can't you sort newest to oldest? Isn't that what you're trying to see -- the latest answers?
You can ask your question here, in the Zillow Advice section and the community/Zillow team will jump in if they can answer it. If you have a question about a listing you have, go to your My Zillow section, then listings and you will see an email address/phone number for Zillow Customer Support on the right-hand side.
Easy. Just start here: http://www.zillow.com/rentals/
Hello, naomifior -- I will forward this to our program manager who is in charge of neighborhood boundaries for Zillow. Thanks!
I will Zillow Customer Support contact you, Paul.
Hello, William: Unfortunately, we have discontinued the option for agents and real estate pros to publish articles on Zillow because it became overrun by spam and self promotion. In other words, the section was rendered useless. We do have Mortgages Unzipped, which is a blog co-authored by mortgage experts and we are planning some other blogs in the future. If you would like to be considered, you can contact me directly through my profile and I will put you in touch with the editor. Thanks!
Go to "My Zillow" and click on "My Listings." You should see your home there with a Make Me Move price on it. Click "edit" and then you can change the price.
Hi Angel: I posted this question on Zillow's Facebook page and so far, it looks like in-window units are a show-stopper!
Most homes have a Zestimate if we have enough data on the home. If the home is for sale, the Zestimate can be found under "Charts & Data." If the home is not for sale, the Zestimate should be at the top of the page. If you do not see it, post the address here and I will look into it.