Over the past year I have completed CIS Scores for all homes I visit. During this process I record the data presented by Z and three other online evaluation sources. Only one has proven to be better than a bad joke.
One reason for the great disparity in the values and stats presented is each program defines comparable differently. Some rely on proximity to define comparable. Others will include distressed sales into the calculation. And some make little effort to distinguish homes located on very busy roadways from secluded homes, town homes from single family homes, multi-family from single family, and most do not have all the sales that occurred over the last 3 months.....and NONE factor concessions into the effective sold price equation.
Other that that, I don't know why the number are wildly different.
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Relying on automated evaluation systems is an open invitation to be deceived.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Palm Harbor FL
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Hi there -- I would be glad to assist you but would need more information about what sort of home you are seeing; how many bedrooms, backyard, garage, price range, etc.
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Charles Rutenberg Realty
Licensed SAles Representative
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