Posts tagged Cyberhomes

Showed Houses in Charlottesville Last Week -or- Why AVMs Suck

Zillow hasn’t been in the three townhomes in another neighborhood in Charlottesville , one of which needs to be gutted, one with a moist basement and mold coming on a piece of ceiling hanging from the bathroom and another one that absolutely needs to be taken to the studs.

…The product of an automated valuation technology analysis, public record data, and computer decision logic combined to provide a logical calculated estimate of a probable selling price of a residential property. … An AVM typically includes:   â–ª An indicative market value for many residential properties nationwide.   â–ª The Tax assessor’s indication of value, if available.   â–ª Information on a subject property and recent sales history.   â–ª Comparable Sales analysis of like properties.

…Cyberhomes puts it at $184,842 , the price range is $166,357 – $212,568: – You have to agree to have a Realtor contact you to provide the report.

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Going to San Francisco Next Week

Jim Duncan Speaking in San Francisco Thursday, July 24, 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm Changing Roles: Brokers & the MLS vs. the Listing Aggregators Panelists: Ben Phillips , Vice President & New Product Development, Managing Director, Realogy Franchise Group Beverly Faull , GM & SVP, Fidelity National Information Services Celeste Starchild , Vice President Broker Sales, ListHub: Broker Division of Threewide’s Broker Division Jim Duncan , Realtor/Blogger, Sean Black , VP of Sales, Trulia This is the third time I have been invited to speak at Inman Connect, and every time I learn something new. – In San Francisco 2007 I spoke about the benefits of local blogging – Earlier this year in New York City I was on a panel titled, ” Blogging, a Fresh Take on Client Prospecting ” * I despise writing stories with “I” as one of the core elements, but writing this post in the third person would have been a bit odd (and perhaps arrogant sounding)

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