Home History Search, Report and Rating System
Real Estate is beautifully complex.
Condo, apartment or home history search information has been nearly impossible to find.
Comparing and rating your next place has been frustrating and confusing. Yet that’s nothing compared to moving in and learning that the place wasn’t what you thought it was.
Our goal is to simplify the home history search process and help people find homes that better fit their needs.
Revaluate makes the home search more satisfying and simple. We answer the question:
“What’s it really like to live there?”
We created a very easy to identify rating for each address and provide additional information about the things in a home that matter to most people. It’s a home history report and a livability rating system, combined.
The Number in the middle of the donut graph reflects the homes overall livability rating. Livability is carefully calculated using our patent pending algorithms and process and comprised of four sub scores.
Blue – Quality of Life
Green – Environment
Red – Safety
If you mouse over the corresponding color on a report, you can see the score for that category. Click that color to go to the section of the Revaluate Report.
All five ratings in the report are graded on a 1-100 scale. Many people will live in very good homes that are rated between 80-89. These are quality homes with a few small issues – they would earn B grades, if they had been in school.
There are also homes with many problems – or problems that seem to indicate a trend. Revaluate calls these problems “Alerts”. Homes with many alerts would be graded very low in a category. This will impact the overall score. Multiple alerts in multiple categories will result in a very poor score, below a D grade. People moving here ought to know exactly what they are getting into.
This method and process is patent pending, so we are in uncharted waters.
If you would like to provide feedback on the rating system, or have questions please use the “?” icon in the bottom right corner of the page.