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  • Zillow is a wonderful site .. for those interesting in initial screenings for real estate purchases/investment.

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  • Zillow is accurate for the houses around my home in Denver.

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  • Accurate Bank Appraisal data is NOT reflected in Zillow and never will!

    Real estate agents are next « BuzzMachine

  • The information from these forms is then made available to lenders and mortgage brokers who participate in Zillow’s system.

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  • Zillow is a prime example of the phony hype around Web 2.0 — hook a bunch of Web sites together, without any insight or human judgement, then get a bunch of PR about how you’re site’s content is important (when it’s not), and then raise more money — without delivering a real product, or real customer value.

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  • Complaining that Zillow is useless because their guesses at home values aren’t very accurate is like complaining that movie rating sites are useless because the number of stars they give doesn’t match how many you would give.

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  • Man if Zillow is not the definition of the Blind leading the Blind I don’t know what is!

    Real estate agents are next « BuzzMachine

  • In the report, the Center also refers to's estimate that 30.7% of homes that sold in 2010 went for less than their purchase price. - Top Stories

  • To learn more about these opportunities, call a Zillow sales representative at 866-324-4005, or visit real estate information marketplace, providing vital information about homes, real estate listings and mortgages through its website and mobile applications, enabling homeowners, buyers, sellers and renters to connect with real estate and mortgage professionals best suited to meet their needs.

  • "When I go out and talk to people around town, they say, 'Wow, I thought we were going to have a 12 percent correction and call it a day,' " said Stan Humphries, chief economist for the housing site Zillow, which is based in Seattle.

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