HouseAmerica.com claims to allow you to check your home value in any neighborhood across the United States. It doesn’t give you a specific price, like Zillow’s Zestimate, but rather a range (high/low) and average price based on, I’m assuming, the recently sold properties in the area. On my house at least, the range was in line with what Zillow came up with – I didn’t have a chance to test the site extensively, so I’d be interested to see what the results were in other parts of the country.

HouseAmerica doesn’t have Zillow’s flair (nor, I suspect, its deep pockets) and it claims that it’s not just another lead generation tool (though you can sign up for monthly reports). In any case, I don’t think this is the last Zillow knock-off we’ll be seeing.

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