There is a hurdle, of sorts, that we throw up in front of some information on home details pages and it’s worth making the leap since it contains a vault of information. When you see the swirly numbers in a little box and we ask you to re-type what you see, it’s our way of making sure automated programs — “bots” — don’t enter into our data and mess things up. This step is called a “captcha” in tech parlance, but most sites call it something like “Security Verification.” (Earlier, I posted a screenshot on what you see after you get past the captcha, but realized it would be more helpful to show an actual captcha. So, sorry about this switcheroo).
Anyway, we hope you take the time to go beyond this security step, and if we have good data on your home, you will see incredible amount of historic information such as sale history, a comparison of your home’s value against the ZIP, city, county, state and U.S. figures, and a humongous chart to view the rise and dips of your home’s value over the past 1, 5, and 10 years.
We continue to get lots of great feedback from everyone, which we appreciate immensely, so please keep it coming.