Join our Partner Network Home Value Estimator

  • Subscribe Via Email

    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

VALIDITY provides some tips and instructions to the user, but the final acceptance of the photos is the responsibility of the appraiser.

Read More

Images from the web would lack the proper date stamp and location data, which means they would fail the photo verification and be open to further verification from the appraiser.

Read More

When using a mobile device, the homeowner can only use new photos that have originated on that device.

Read More

VALIDITY requires the homeowner to take multiple photos of the exterior of the home, including the property address and street photos to the left and right of the property.

Read More

Overhead images of properties are typically not detailed enough and lack the dimensional attributes to make this practical.

Read More

Yes, provided location services and metadata are enabled on the device taking the picture.

Read More

VALIDITY recommends that location services be enabled on the device for the photo verification steps and prompts the user to do so.

Read More

VALIDITY does require that the homeowner or property contact attest that the provided information is representative of their property and condition at time of inspection.

Read More