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If you’re planning to sell, your property estimate can give you an idea how much you’ll get for your home. If you’re house hunting, your estimate can predict the final sale price for listings you’re interested in. Search the Home Estimates for homes in California by address below.

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How It Works

Enter Property Address

Simply enter your street address, city, and state or just your ZIP code and we’ll calculate our best home value estimate using millions of home records in our database.

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Understand your home’s value

Whether you’re buying or selling, a home value estimate gives you insight into what you could gain financially and helps you form a strategy for moving forward.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Knowing the estimated value of your own home helps you price your home for sale. This is done as a precursor to an official home appraisal. Understanding your home’s worth allows you to estimate the proceeds of a future home sale, so you can get a better estimate your budget for your next home. And, if you’re shopping, it’s also useful to check the value of homes in the area to ensure your offer is competitive.

Begin with your estimate, a useful starting point to help you determine an independent and unbiased assessment of what your home might be worth in today’s market. Compare your home to recently sold properties in the area to better understand its current value or estimate a possible sale price for your home. Your real estate agent will provide a more robust CMA for you after evaluating the home and taking into account any special features, its location and local market conditions.

Typically, home values increase over time and grow 3-4% each year in healthy, sustainable markets. However, home values are constantly changing depending on buyer demand and local market factors such as the amount of inventory, bidding wars or economic changes in the area. Local market conditions are the best indicator of projected (short-term) home value appreciation. Your estimate should be updated regularly to keep up with fluctuating home values, making it an excellent resource for a free home value estimation. 

While you will still need an appraisal for most kinds of loans, the Home Value Estimator is a fast, free way to get an instant estimate that can be used to help you decide what to offer on a new purchase or how much equity you may have for a refinance.

One way to increase your home’s value is by making improvements for updates, functionality or aesthetics. For example, replacing an old roof, installing new kitchen appliances, improving energy efficiency or expanding your home’s square footage. Low maintenance changes, like painting or updating light fixtures, may be beneficial to your home’s value as well. With any home renovation, you can increase your home’s value.

Looking to Improve Your Home?

Use this Home Improvement Value Calculator to estimate how home improvements can increase your home’s value. — Home Improvement Value Calculator | Click Here

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