What is the Chase Home Value Estimator?

The Chase Home Value Estimator is a quick, easy and free way to find out the estimated market value of your current home or the home you're thinking about buying.

We use a variety of sources to help us compute the property's value, from property records, ownership deeds, recent home sales reports and mortgage records, to home characteristics, geography and recent sales activity in your area. We refresh our database information regularly, so you can be confident the values are up-to-date and reliable.


It's not an appraisal, but it's a great place to start!

It's important to understand that while the Chase Home Value Estimator cannot give you an actual appraisal, it can certainly help you to determine a home's value. You may find the estimate to be extremely helpful as you talk with real estate professionals, and you can refer to it when you talk to Chase about buying or refinancing a home, or about using your home equity through a home equity line or loan.


How can this help me?

Knowledge is power, and the Chase Home Value Estimator gives you the valuable knowledge you need to get started if you're considering buying or refinancing a home, or using your home's equity. You'll have an estimate of fair market value, a starting point you can use to help negotiate and determine market trends.


Why are values not available for some properties?

Occasionally, there may be missing or conflicting home sales data in your area. We also won't display any valuations we must estimate with a low degree of confidence. Keep in mind, if you apply for a mortgage, we'll order an appraisal as part of the home loan process and will use the appraisal results as the basis for the property valuation for a mortgage loan.