June 24, 2019
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ValueAppeal is a service to help U.S. homeowners appeal the assessed value of their home. Over-assessed property results in taxes that are higher than they should be. This means that homeowners may be over-paying their taxes by anywhere from $500 to $1,000 or more. I wouldn’t mind keeping an extra $1,000 of my money per year going forward and I bet the same goes for most of America. If you have a website focused on real estate (did anyone mention this to Zillow?) the ValueAppeal API could augment it with compelling information.
As I look across the street at the remodeled house that just sold, I can't help but get the itch to start looking a real estate sites to see what other houses are available. With the weather getting warmer, it seems I'm not the only one with an eye on moving as tons of houses have come on the market in just the last month alone. So today we'll take a look at some real estate mashups that have come our way in the last few month. Many of them take advantage of APIs such as Google Maps and Zillow.