Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Static Pool Service for Banks and Mortgage Companies

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

How much does a typical 2,000 SF home in Windsor Heights (Atlanta) cost? Gold Button on Right.

(Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer: $458,000 or $529,000 (with Major Renovation and Central A/C)

To regenerate this valuation "live" or a similar one, please click on the link below:

http://www.homequant.com/index.php?id=R0EmQVRMQU5UQSYzMDMyNCYyMDAw


How much does a typical 2,000 SF home in Brookhaven (Atlanta) cost? Gold Button on Right.

(Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer: $506,000 or $584,000 (with Major Renovation and Central A/C)

To regenerate this valuation "live" or a similar one, please click on the link below:

http://www.homequant.com/index.php?id=R0EmQVRMQU5UQSYzMDMyNyYyMDAw

How much does a typical 2,000 SF home in City of Charlotte (Zip 28209) cost? Gold Button on Right.

(Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer: $374,000 or $432,000 (with Major Renovation and Central A/C)

To regenerate this valuation "live" or a similar one, please click on the link below:

http://www.homequant.com/index.php?id=TkMmQ0hBUkxPVFRFJjI4MjA5JjIwMDA=

How much does a typical 2,000 SF home in East Hills (Philadelphia) cost? Gold Button on Right.

(Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer: $356,000 or $473,000 (with Major Renovation and Central A/C)

To regenerate this valuation "live" or a similar one, please click on the link below:

http://www.homequant.com/index.php?id=UEEmUEhJTEFERUxQSElBJjE5MTI5JjIwMDA=

How much does a typical 2,000 SF home in Kensington (Philadelphia) cost? Gold Button on Right.

(Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer: $350,000 or $435,000 (with Major Renovation and Central A/C)

To regenerate this valuation "live" or a similar one, please click on the link below:

http://www.homequant.com/index.php?id=UEEmUEhJTEFERUxQSElBJjE5MTI1JjIwMDA=

How much does a typical 2,000 SF home in McLean, VA (DC-area) cost? Gold Button on Right.

(Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer: $954,000 or $1,102,000 (with Major Renovation and Central A/C)

To regenerate this valuation "live" or a similar one, please click on the link below:

http://www.homequant.com/index.php?id=VkEmRkFJUkZBWCYyMjEwMSYyMDAw

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Homequant Announces Launch of 30-Sec HomeValu

PRESS RELEASE
http://www.pr.com/press-release/624667

Orlando, FL, June 18, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Homequant is pleased to announce the launch of 30-Second HomeValu – an automated home valuation system that, unlike Homequant, requires neither any upfront knowledge of the market nor the picking of a set of comps to contribute to the subject value.

While users will be accessing the new 30-Second system off of the Homequant homepage, its presence has been made adequately conspicuous by a separate blinking gold button bearing the name.

In order to value a subject in this system, all one needs to know is the Zip Code where the subject is located and its approximate building size. Of course, if the subject comprises of any of the four additional (“More” button) characteristics and/or upgrades – significant waterfront, in-ground pool, central air conditioning and recent renovation – the user will receive a more accurate value upon enablement (though the base value will be retained on the screen for comparison).

30-Second HomeValu is not only an excellent market knowledge tool for current and future homeowners, but is also great for loan officers, appraisers, assessors, analysts and brokers needing a “first look” valuation. It’s great for appraisal reviewers and hearing officers as a quick “visual review” tool. It’s ideal for homeowners to get a second opinion to challenge over-assessments. Unlike BPO, it’s backed by a sophisticated research base.

Help is always right there next to the input fields. Hovering the cursor over the ‘?’ next to the input fields will provide the necessary guidance. Of course, everything is still in plain English, presented in an easy-to-understand format, without the usual appraisal jargon. And it’s all free and requires no registration or login whatsoever.
People on-the-go will find HomeValu Mobile Apps – coming soon – extremely useful. Download links will be available on the Homequant site.

The President of Homequant recently explained this addition to their product suite: “With the launch of 30-Second HomeValu we are adding an excellent takeout option to the free home valuation space. I have no doubt that it will provide a meaningful first look into the subject valuation. Of course, for those who need a full comps-based workup or more insight into neighborhoods, Homequant and Town Analyst portals are always there.”

If you’d like more information about their websites, or to schedule an interview, please email Homequant at: contact@homequant.com

_______________________________________________________________________

Dear Readers:

The 30-Second HomeValu application is part of the Homequant portal, so please access the Homequant portal using the link below:

http://www.homequant.com/

Then, click on the Gold button at the top of the homepage and follow the prompt. Again, all you need is the Zip Code of the subject and its approximate building size.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Most Viewed Blog Posts - May 2015

Atlanta, GA - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/atlanta-ga-home-sales-analysis-by-town.html

Chicago, IL - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/chicago-il-home-sales-analysis-by-town.html

Houston, TX - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/houston-tx-home-sales-analysis-by-town.html

Portland, OR - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/portland-or-home-sales-analysis-by-town.html

San Diego, CA - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/san-diego-ca-home-sales-analysis-by.html

Why Tax Appeals Consultants MUST Use AVM - Upfront - to Validate Values on Tax Roll
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/why-property-tax-appeals-consultants.html

How Homeowners can relate to over and under assessment, spatially. Town Analyst Guides.
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/how-homeowners-can-relate-to-over-and.html

Florida Home Markets - Where is the Biggest Housing BANG for the Buck, Statistically?
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/02/florida-home-markets-where-is-biggest.html

Denver Housing Market Enters into Exponential Growth Phase
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/denver-housing-market-moves-from-linear.html

NYC-area Housing Market Shows Considerable Uncertainty
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/05/nyc-metro-housing-market-shows.html


TRENDING NOW
Is Miami Housing Market More Affordable than Houston, Las Vegas and Seattle Markets?  http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/06/is-miami-fl-housing-market-more.html 

ARCHIVE
Most Viewed Blog Posts - April 2015
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/06/most-viewed-blog-posts-april-2015.html

Most Viewed Blog Posts - Q1-2015
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/06/most-viewed-blog-posts-q1-2015.html

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Most Viewed Blog Posts - April 2015


Washington, DC - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/washington-dc-home-sales-analysis-by.html

Miami, FL - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/miami-fl-home-sales-analysis-by-town.html

Dallas, TX - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/dallas-tx-home-sale-analysis-by-town.html

Los Angeles, CA - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/los-angeles-ca-home-sales-analysis-by.html

Seattle, WA - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/seattle-wa-home-sales-analysis-by-town.html

East Coast (USA) - Home Sales Analysis by Town Analyst
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/east-coast-usa-home-sales-analysis-by.html

Orlando, FL (Champ) vs. Las Vegas, NV (Challenger) - Who Wins in Housing?
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/02/orlando-fl-champ-vs-las-vegas-nv.html

How Homeowners may know if their Town is Over-assessed. Town Analyst Explains.
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/how-homeowners-may-know-if-their-town.html

How Homeowners can relate to over and under assessment spatially. Town Analyst Guides.
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/how-homeowners-can-relate-to-over-and.html

Why Appeals Consultants MUST Use AVM Values – Upfront – to Test Values on Tax Roll
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/04/why-property-tax-appeals-consultants.html

________________________________________________

Homequant Launches Proprietary Marketing Service
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/05/homequant-launches-proprietary.html

To opt out, please reply “Remove.”

Most Viewed Blog Posts - Q1-2015


Homebuyers MUST Demand to See the Comps, Spatially. Homequant Illustrates!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2014/11/prospective-homebuyers-must-demand-to.html

Homebuyers MUST Differentiate between Local Sales and Comps. Homequant Explains!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2014/11/a-list-of-sales-does-not-comprise-comps.html

Homebuyers MUST Choose Least Adjustment over Distance or Sales Recency. Homequant Enlightens!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2014/11/to-evaluate-comps-least-adjustment-is.html

Three Sales from Three Prior Quarters – Unadjusted for Time - are NOT Comps. Homequant Describes!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2014/11/three-sales-from-three-successive.html

Homebuyers MUST Use Five Best Comps to Value a Subject. Homequant Demonstrates!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2014/11/how-potential-homebuyer-should-select.html

Homebuyers MUST Verify Appraiser’s Values in Four Easy Steps. Homequant Reveals!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2014/11/learn-home-valuation-in-four-easy-steps.html

Concept of "User-defined Subject" Helps Valuation Community. Homequant Establishes!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2014/11/so-how-does-homequants-defined-subject.html

Homebuyers MUST Validate Home Values at Self-directed Sites. Homequant Pioneers!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2014/12/why-prospective-homebuyers-must-use.html

Automated Valuation Modeling (AVM) Helps Improve Portfolio / Assessment Performance. Homequant Proves!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/02/how-avm-helps-improve-portfolio.html

Try Meaningful Sales Metrics to Validate Low Value Drive-by and AVM-based Appraisals. Homequant Explains!
http://homequant.blogspot.com/2015/03/using-sales-statistics-to-validate.html

To opt out, please return this email indicating "Remove." Thanks.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Is Charlotte Housing Market More Affordable than Dallas, Minneapolis and Portland Markets?

  (Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - Yes. A median home in Charlotte is more affordable than its counterparts in Dallas, Minneapolis and Portland.

This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...

Is Chicago Housing Market More Affordable than Dallas, San Diego and Washington DC Markets?

  (Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - Yes. A median home in Chicago is more affordable than its counterparts in Dallas, San Diego and Washington DC.

This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...

Is Washington DC Housing Market More Affordable than Dallas, Ft Lauderdale and Salt Lake City Markets?

  (Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - No. Washington DC market is significantly pricier than its counterparts in Dallas, Fort Lauderdale and Salt Lake City.

This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...

Is Los Angeles Housing Market More Affordable than Brooklyn (NYC), Chicago and Philadelphia Markets?

  (Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - No. A median home in Los Angeles is more expensive than its counterparts in Brooklyn (NYC), Chicago and Philadelphia.

This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...

Is Orlando Housing Market More Affordable than Phoenix, Portland and Queens (NYC) Markets?

  (Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - A median home in Orlando is more affordable than its counterparts in Portland, Phoenix and Queens (NYC). In fact, the lower (<= 25th Percentile) and the upper (>= 75th Percentile) price tier homes are more affordable as well.
  
This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...

Is Miami Housing Market More Affordable than Houston, Las Vegas and Seattle Markets?

    (Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - While a median home in Miami is more expensive than its counterparts in Las Vegas and Houston, it is however more affordable than Seattle's.

This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...

Monday, June 1, 2015

Is Seattle Housing Market More Affordable than Atlanta, Denver and Long Island Markets?

  (Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - No. A median home in Seattle is less affordable than its counterparts in Atlanta, Denver and Long Island, NY.

This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...

Is Minneapolis Housing Market More Affordable than Tampa, Denver and Staten Island Markets?

  (Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - Partly yes. While a median home in Minneapolis is more affordable than its counterparts in Denver and Staten Island, it is less affordable than Tampa's.

This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...

Is Cleveland Housing Market More Affordable than Atlanta, Boston and Denver Markets?

(Click - ONCE - on the Image to Enlarge)  

Answer - Yes, a median home in Cleveland is more affordable than its counterparts in Atlanta, Boston and Denver.

This analysis is extracted from Homequant's Town Analyst site. Try out your Town/Neighborhood. It is absolutely free and requires no registration whatsoever...