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Buying a home can be one of the most difficult purchases of your life. Find your dream home today! Homefacts provides the comprehensive home search by bringing together the home search with neighborhood information. Why wait... start searching homes for sale, real estate & foreclosures!Search Your City Now!
Homefacts provides the most comprehensive list of neighborhood information and home search resources. Are you interested in learning more about your neighborhood, your home, your real estate investments, school and much more... then you've come to right place! Search Real estate and homes for sale in your neighborhood or just research more about your neighborhood and discover new information you might have never known before! Start your search by the home categories below.
The amount of available data is only going to increase in quantity and level of detail. Homefacts, for example, is working on finding property-specific information, such as whether there was ever a fire in the home, and whether it is likely to fall victim to a landslide. - The New York Times
HomeFacts.com. This website contains mostly neighborhood statistics and information, but it also has data on more than 100 million U.S. homes (type in the street address of your prospective house to get the scoop on the whole area). Wondering how many foreclosures are in the area or if there are any environmental concerns? This is your site. - U.S. News & World Report
New Homefacts mobile app for iPhone makes a splash on Los Angeles local news channel KTLA. View the video here: - KTLA News
RealtyTrac's neighborhood data and statistics subsidiary, Homefacts, has released a free mobile app that serves up local school ratings, crime risks, and the locations of environmental hazards, polluters, drug labs, and sex offenders based on the user's location or by entering an address, city or ZIP code. - Inman News
Foreclosure data from RealtyTrac is now integrated into property searches on remax.com, and neighborhood and housing data from RealtyTrac’s proprietary Homefacts database is coming soon under a new agreement between franchise giant Re/Max and the growing Irvine, California-based data aggregator. - Inman News
Jonah Rockoff, an associate professor of finance and economics at Columbia Business School, showed that the arrival of a sex offender pushed down home values within a tenth of a mile of an offender by 4 percent in North Carolina's Mecklenburg County from to 1994 to 2004. - Inman News
The profusion of this data will complicate agents' jobs. But some agents say that it also presents an opportunity for them to provide additional value. - Inman News
Portland-based agent Steve Bornick said the proliferation of data is exactly \"why a good, educated, professional local Realtor can help avoid shortsighted buying impulses from the general public who now think they are real estate experts.\" - Inman News