iValuation, The Free Home Value Estimator
Get a free online house appraisal and instant offers
Contact a Specialist (866) 655-1802 Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM EST
How our home value estimator works
You Enter Your Home Address
To provide you with a free home value estimate, we begin by pulling market value data in your area and accessing neighborhood statistics. Enter your home address to get started!
We Pull Real-Time Industry Data
Proprietary algorithms, real estate insights, and access to big data from local and national iBuyers enables us to present you with the most accurate home value estimate in seconds.
You Get Your HomeValue Estimate
Find out what your home is worth based on fair market value assessments and see what iBuyers would be willing to pay for your house, if you choose to request a cash offer.
Introducing iValuation—the quickest way to get your home value estimate
iValuation is iBuyer.com's Home Value Estimator online tool that uses big data and real-time industry statistics to provide you with an accurate and unbiased home valuation by address without even seeing your home.
5 Factors that impact your home's value
Find out how the estimated value of your home is determined with our simple 5-step summary.
Location. Location. Location.
There's a saying in the real estate investment industry that goes something along the lines of
it's better to buy the smallest house on the most expensive street, than the biggest house in a less prominent neighborhood, and that's because location is key in home valuation.
The neighborhood your house is in makes a big difference to what it's worth. Also important are lesser considered aspects of location, such as proximity to schools, restaurants, grocery stores, medical facilities, employment opportunities, and recreational activities.
When it comes to home value, size does matter. The number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and total square footage of your house, and yard size influences the estimated value of your home. It's important to also consider space that is usable, versus space that isn't usable, as that's an often misunderstood factor in home value estimates.
Age Has Impact
Unfortunately when it comes to real estate, older construction typically decreases home value. Older homes lend clues to the age of plumbing, appliances, electrical wiring, roofing, and so on, which can be very costly items to repair or replace. For this reason, homes with original, older construction tend to be less valuable than brand new homes.
Comparisons Have Influence
Home value estimates don't only consider your house, they also look at comparisons in your neighborhood. The amount that other houses nearby have sold for, and are selling for, and the number of days they were or have been on the market for, also impacts what your home is worth.
Local Market Governs
Supply and demand has a big impact on the real estate industry. The number of other houses for sale in your area compared to the number of active buyers interested in your neighborhood, also affects the estimated value of your home. When demand is high and inventory is low, the higher your home value estimate is likely to be.
The most accurate home value estimator
Our proprietary Home Value Estimator online tool provides instant home valuation by address by pulling real-time market data and home value statistics in your neighborhood.
Using big data from local and national iBuyers, we gather the latest industry insights and run it through our advanced algorithm to get you the most accurate market value of your house.
In seconds we present you with a home valuation estimate based on fair market value assessments and the actual cash value iBuyers would likely be willing to pay for your home.