The Sunday New York Times will have a feature on hi-tech real estate, but you can see it today through the miracle of Google.
Not hugely interesting, more a catalog of press releases. Kristal Kraft gets a chance to strut, which is fun.
And: Zillow.com says you have to take their Zestimates with a grain of salt, which must be why none of them ends with three zeros.
The gist of the article is that information is more valuable to home buyers than pumpkins (who knew?), but, taking account of that, there is a huge omission: ShackPrices.com, the leader of the pack in deep info. Zillow should just buy them so they can get the kind of press attention they deserve…