I bought a rental home and looked at Zillow for value of the home.

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  • Sherrie S Sherrie S on Feb 06, 2012
    The on line Zillow quote was less than half of the dwelling coverage on my insurance policy. I realize prices on homes are too low now but 200% of the value of the house seems extraordinarily high.

  • 3po3 3po3 on Feb 06, 2012
    My understanding is that dwelling coverage is based on the full replacement cost of the home if you lose everything. Materials and labor right now could cost significantly more than the severely depressed home values. On the other hand, it shouldn't account for land value, so that should balance out the difference. Also, Zillow can be way off sometimes. Have you talked to your insurance company about this?

  • KMS Woodworks KMS Woodworks on Feb 07, 2012
    My insurance is set at X value for the home...base on market.,..but then has 75% of X as "contents"

  • Sherrie S Sherrie S on Feb 09, 2012
    Well I'm happy now. The insurance people talk blah, blah & gave me a $50 credit. That's better than nothing. Another person in our office had his tax adjusted over $1000. Wow. Let me suggest even if you don't understand your bill you should at least ask your insurance people to explain why the price has been increased. Maybe you'll get a break, too.

  • 3po3 3po3 on Feb 09, 2012
    Good news. Never hurts to ask.

  • Toni Toni on Nov 06, 2020

    16920 Olivaud St

    Hudson Florida 34467


    how much should I list my home