Although home prices are rising across the country, most homes still have untapped potential value that can be access through smart home projects and upgrades. Browse our data to see which zip codes in your area have the most potential.
If you live in Southern California, you can also take advantage of our data-driven renovation process which pairs in depth research with custom designs and introductions to vetted vendors in your area.
Although prices are undoubtedly rising, the good news is that many properties still have a lot of potential. At Realm, we measure potential by understanding what a property could be worth with various upgrades & improvements.
Americans’ relationship with their homes changed during the pandemic — whether their homes were ready for 2x the use or not! The data showed clear trends: homeowners weren’t willing to forgo essential rooms, invested in more space, and prioritized outdoor amenities.
Learn what local expert advice is good for (and what it’s not), why finding good data to inform home projects used to be impossible, and how Realm can help you become a knowledgeable homeowner
Use Realm’s cost per square foot index to determine if it is better to build or buy in your county. We compare the cost per square foot to buy based on recent home sales and cost per square foot to build based on average local material & labor costs.
Realm offers coverage of most detached, single-family homes in all 50 states. Use the table below to explore more details on our coverage by county.
The Realm Score helps you understand how much of a property’s potential has been realized. Unlike home value, which can be impacted by a number of factors outside a homeowner’s control such as school districts, lot size, and nearby highways, a Realm Score only takes into account the things that you can change. Put simply:Continue reading “What is the Realm Score?”
I founded Realm because once I started investing in real estate, I thought it was crazy that homeowners didn’t have access to the same information as investors.