Sunday, November 30, 2014

The concept of "User-defined Subject" Helps the Valuation Community at large. Homequant Establishes!

Often, the Valuation Entrepreneurs fail to make inroads into the Valuation business due to the high cost of the unsold population data which tends to be about 95% of the entire population. 

1. Because of Homequant's discovery of the "User-defined Subject" those entrepreneurs can jump into the business now, knowing full well that the sold data alone, generally available free of cost or for a token price from the taxing jurisdictions directly, would do the trick, without having to invest a fortune in acquiring and warehousing the unsold data which, in terms of quality, is questionable at best, to begin with.  

2. Additionally, unlike an institutional client, an average home buyer – in Free Home Valuation industry where Homequant is positioned – is generally interested in valuing a handful of subject properties so researching and capturing such data tend to further motivate those users.  

The President of Homequant recently explained their invention: “There are roughly 90 million single family homes in the US and, on average, 5% of that universe annually sells. By inventing the concept of the defined or simulated subject, we are able to value those 95% unsold properties by storing only the 5% sold data. The home valuation industry will soon recognize the significance of our invention.”

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