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Why Doesn't My House Have a Zestimate?

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    Currently, Zillow has data on more than 110 million homes and calculates a Zestimate home valuation on 100 million of those homes.

    If your home doesn't have a Zestimate, there are two possible reasons:

    • Non-disclosure state -- Your home is in a "non-disclosure" state (Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming) where transactions are not publicly reported and therefore, we do not have enough data to create a Zestimate.
    • Insufficient transactional data -- It's possible we do not have enough county transactional data, so we cannot calculate a Zestimate.
    In each of these cases, we do have access to home details (i.e., # of beds, baths, etc.) on your home and will show that. Also, depending on the jurisdiction where you live, we could be showing you tax assessed, tax appraised, or market assessed value for your home. These values come from the taxing authority of the city, county or state where you live; these are not Zillow's values.

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    • Last edited April 24 2013

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