How much is your home really worth?

The above map displays the price differential between "market" value and "real" value of an average home across the nation. Homes in states shaded green to black are considered over-valued relative to real value (good time to sell) and states shaded yellow to red are under-valued relative to real value (good time to buy.) Want more information? Complete our property profile!

What's my REAL HOME VALUE?

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In these uncertain economic times, knowing the actual value of a home has never been more important. Using our proprietary algorithm, we'll tell you a home's real value, unaffected by market fluctuations so you can buy, invest, and sell with confidence.

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Lumber Cost

One of the largest components that makes up the “real value” of a home is the cost of the lumber. As shown in the graph below, there are large price fluctuations but overall the trend shows lumber costs go up over time.

Ten Year Average % Change

Roofing Materials

Another major cost component in the “real value” of a home is roofing material. The graph below shows a continuously increasing price over time.

Ten Year Average % Change

Interiors

Similar to roofing, interior accents (such as appliances, window treatments, flooring, etc.) show increasing costs over time.

Ten Year Average % Change