Why is the Zillow listing on my property so far off? It's off from Zillow's own listing by $500,000.

I look up my investment property address and see 4 or 5 units that range from $254,000 to $275,000. They are townhouses so they are all similar in value. But Zillow lists my value at $755,000!  How is it getting this value?! I'm looking at zillow data and it says $254k - 275k!

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Hi jaynishimura,

Mint gets the data directly from Zillow, so it's got to be something on their end. it sounds like they are pulling the total for all the townhouses based on what you've shared. You'll have to contact Zillow to see if there's anything they can do.  hIf they are able to correct this, you'll need to remove the inaccurate property, then you'll have to remove the property in Mint and re-add it.

Hope this helps!
Jami

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