Home value database. Look up home values in any US state, city, ZIP code or address based on homes sold prices, public records of assessed values of homes near the address, and area real estate values.
United States Housing Market
There are currently 3,164,410 properties with a median home value in the United States of $217,500. The median list price per square foot in the United States is $137. Of the total homes in the United States 91% are for sale, 9% are for rent, and 71% are single family homes. Interested in knowing how much your home in the United States is worth? The Homes.com Automated Valuation Model (AVM) provides an estimate of the home value of every on and off market property in the US.
Are you considering purchasing a new home? Are you thinking about selling your current home? Or, maybe you are just eager to refinance while interest rates are low?
Whatever the case may be, you will need to know the value of the property in question. Our home value search can provide you with a wealth of information, and unlike a costly appraisal, it is completely free. Our home prices are calculated using a proprietary algorithm that takes recent comparable sales, neighborhood data, and specific property information into account when creating a broad property value estimate.
We are not suggesting that you use our home value estimate in lieu of an appraisal from a trained professional when selling, purchasing, or refinancing, but it is the perfect source when you just need a reasonable estimate and you do not want to wait. In addition to a ballpark value figure, you will have access to valuable data, incuding transaction histories, home features, mortgage insurance and property tax estimates, and recent local sales. And if you are looking for mortgage or refinance rates, you will find them right there, right where you need them: on our price estimate page.
Whether you are just daydreaming or you have started hunting for a home in earnest, we hope you will find our free home pricing page to be a valuable research tool.