Zillow Alternatives – Reozom and Other MLS Providers

If you’re thinking about selling your home, there are a variety of things to consider. For example, is for sale by owner a viable option, or should you enlist the services of a professional realtor. That said, if your goal is to save on realtor fees, listing and selling your home on your own might be a more attractive proposition. But what does this process entail, exactly? This is a common question that many homeowners have, and in this article, we will explore the tenets of selling your home without the aid of a professional realtor.

It should be noted that selling your home on your own does not absolve you from the task of listing and showing your home to prospective buyers; this is still a necessary, and critical, step for selling a home. However, if you have never sold a home, this process may seem daunting. Fortunately, there is a myriad of online services that can help streamline this process for you, Zillow being one most recognizable. Continue reading

Zillow FAQ

When shopping for a house to buy, there are many different online tools to choose from. One tool that can provide you with a lot of information about homes that are available for sale is Zillow, which an online real estate database that was first established in 2006. Below are several frequently asked questions and answers that will give you more insight into Zillow and how it works.

Are Zillow Zestimates Accurate?

When looking for properties on Zillow, the majority or properties in the database will have a “Zestimate”, which is a real estate estimate provided by the Zillow database. Overall, the Zillow estimates are considered to be fairly accurate as they take into consideration recent sales and other listings for comps in the local market as well as tax records. However, the value accuracy is only as good as the information available. If the information on the home, such as the square footage, number of bathrooms, etc. is wrong, the Zestimate will be less accurate as well. Continue reading