Zestimate does not match what is shown on Zillow website.

I have searched the forums and found similar questions, however they seem to all be solved by getting an incorrect duplicate listing removed. Similar to these issues that were resolved, I am also seeing a discrepancy between the Zestimate data that Mint is pulling in from the Zillow website and what is actually displayed on Zillow.com for my property. There is only one listing on the Zillow website with my property and the value differs by about $30k from what is showing in my Mint account. As there is only 1 listing on the Zillow site I do not believe this is a data issue that lies with Zillow but possibly an issue with how the data is being pulled by Mint. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


Hi Ehren,

Thanks for letting us know about this. I know it can be concerning when data isn't being entered correctly into your MInt profile. The situation you have described sounds like a potential scripting issue, which is basically when Mint isn't reading the data correctly from the site it is pulling from. Unfortunately, the only way to resolve such a situation is to have the scripts updated which requires assistance from the technical support team. You can reach support via chat during business hours from the Support page, or use the Contact Mint form to submit a ticket.

Mint Mike

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