The mortgage is the place to start but if you have made extra payments or
added a HELOC then you are given the ability to edit those details. We do not
control what information your County keeps on liens for your property, but we
give you control so you can correct it.
Try one thing at a time to narrow down what element is causing the problem.
Typically, the issue is either the image is too big or it is not an image at all
(i.e. a PDF file). If you still have problems send a copy of the file you are
trying to upload and we will investigate the issue.
Your property very well could sell for more than the estimated value. The
estimated value is for an average home in your area with similar features. A
real estate professional will be able to give a more accurate estimate after
touring the property. Meanwhile, the computer’s estimate shows you trends in
home prices and a rough ballpark of home value and is especially helpful over
time and is not meant to be an appraisal.
Click here to learn more about Automated Valuation Models:
This can happen as with any other email. We suggest that you make sure the
client has added
their Address Book and that should keep the messages from ePropertyWatch from
going to their Spam/Junk file.
There can be several factors as to why an address is not populating. If the
property is new construction then it can take 6 months for an address to
populate. If the property is a commercial building then the system cannot
support the property (only residential). If you are experiencing additional
issues then please email the support team and we will investigate.
The "Open Rate" refers to how many reports were viewed by the client. Clients
with abandoned mailboxes or emails that are directed to a spam folder would
reduce the open rate. An open rate of 50% means that half of the emails sent
were viewed by a client.
The "Click Rate" refers to client engagement with the email report. If a client
clicks on any of the buttons in the email and is directed to the ePropertyWatch
website for additional information, that is a click. A click rate of 25%
indicates that 1 out of 4 emails resulted in a client clicking a button and
visiting the ePropertyWatch website. High click rates indicate clients very
interested in the report information.