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Thursday, July 20, 2006

Yahoo Real Estate strikes deal with Zillow

CNET News.com: "Real-estate service Zillow.com is still in beta mode, but it has already scored a deal to provide free home value data for users of Yahoo's real-estate site.
Visitors to Yahoo Real Estate can now use Zillow's software to look up and compare real-estate values, Yahoo announced Wednesday. Along with an approximation of a home's value, the Zillow software provides indicators showing value fluctuations over the past week, as well as graphs that chart changes over the past year.
Not everyone can find their home value through Zillow or its partnership with Yahoo Real Estate, however. While data on more than 65 million homes is available, some states--such as Indiana, Texas and Louisiana--are left out entirely due to nondisclosure laws, and some counties and individual homes are not yet in the database."
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