Sounds a lot like my post on September 23rd of this year. The real scoop is getting out on Zillow.
NCRC charges Zillow with falsely representing to the public that its on-line valuations are within ten percent of the home selling price when the company really has "less than a 30 percent accuracy rate when offering the valuations for public consumption."
Hi, it’s David from Zillow.com
FYI – Zillow’s response to these claims is posted here:
One important correction to this article is that Zillow DOES measure and display Zestimate accuracy on the website — this link is actually in the search box on the home page: