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There are a few Zillow issues to unpack here, so let’s start with them saying they are willing to buy your house for the amount of the zestimate – which is fine, if you don’t care about cashing in on the actual value.

In their press release, the boss claims that the zestimate’s nationwide median error rate for on-market homes of 1.9% which sounds simple enough – for years they have been adjusting their zestimate to the list price once a home goes on the market.

But once my new listing went on the market, they didn’t adjust the zestimate upward.

Would you sell your house for $1,336,035, when Jim the Realtor says it worth $1,599,000?

Factor in that Zillow charges more than I do, and it would mean that hiring me to sell your house would net you about $300,000 more – and that’s if we sell for the list price (it might go higher).

The big difference?

I don’t spend $100 million per year in advertising – they will reach people that I don’t reach.

Tell people to use me instead!

Link to my listing on Zillow

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