Wealthfront uses the Redfin estimate of the current value of your property if your property is connected and an estimate is available. For more information about how Redfin values your property go to https://www.redfin.com/redfin-estimate. If the value of your property is self-reported, Wealthfront uses your self-reported value. Self-reported values are updated over time using average real estate value changes according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Indices. These estimates do not take into consideration other reasons for appreciation or depreciation that are more specific to your property, such as changes in the desirability of your neighborhood, home improvement investments, or general wear and tear.
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