Here’s a milestone worth mentioning: Our data and analytics team just told us that of the 82,377,347 homes we have on Zillow, 50 million of those pages have been viewed at least once. That’s more than half (60%) of all homes in America. In some cities — namely, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston and Seattle — more than 90% of all homes in these areas have been looked up and viewed on Zillow.
Putting it in perspective, there are:
- Approximately 93,673,000 million single-family homes in the U.S. (including condos and co-ops)
- 82,377,347 home details pages on Zillow
- 70 million homes on Zillow with Zestimates
As you can see, one of the big things that separates Zillow from other real estate sites is that we have a page for nearly every home in America (shy by about 11 million homes). Yes, we have homes for sale (by agent), homes for sale (by owner), we have Make Me Move homes, we have recently sold homes, we have most popular homes (filter by city, state) and we have famous homes. And then we have your home. Go ahead and find your home on Zillow. Update your home facts (which could affect the Zestimate value).
There’s lots more to do on Zillow, including looking at conservative columnist George Will’s house in Chevy Chase, MD that the Christian Science Monitor linked to in an article about President-elect Barack Obama wining and dining with the “enemy.” Don’t forget to check out the Zestimate we put on the White House, the fact that mortgage rates are under 5.0%, or the hundreds of thousands of posts in Zillow Advice.
You can easily spend lots of time on Zillow — just don’t get fired while you do it.