HouseCanary is a real estate data and analytics software that provides its users with in-depth market information, property valuation forecasts, and appraisal reports. They offer over 40 years of real estate data and three kinds of products, depending on a user’s needs. In this article, we covered user reviews and pricing. Ready to try HouseCanary? Contact their support team for more information.
HouseCanary offers Valuation Suite which has four products: Automated Valuation Model or AVM (starting at $1/request), Home Value Report (starting at $10/report), Agile Evaluation (custom priced), and Agile Appraisal (custom priced). The main differences between the products are the purpose and extensiveness of the property valuation.
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HouseCanary also offers Data & Analytics (starting at $0.10/service) and Market Insights PRO (custom priced).
Ready to try out HouseCanary? Each of their products has its own free trial. Contact their support team for more information.
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What HouseCanary Does Well
Users who gave HouseCanary a positive review like the software because of its comprehensive data toolbox, up-to-date market information, and excellent customer service. Some users are really impressed by how they handle client complaints with great efficiency.
One user who gave HouseCanary a positive review on Facebook said that it made predictions based on the most recent market data and was useful in the analysis of his projects, which range from commercial to residential properties. He also commended the company for their friendly and eager customer support reps.
What HouseCanary Does Not Do Well
As of the date this article was written (10/09/18), there were only very few negative reviews of HouseCanary online.
Check out the list below of some of HouseCanary’s features:
- Attractive and easy-to-use charts and reports
- Offers both valuation and market predictions
- Various plans available for different types of users
- Real estate trends by zip code
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