Category Archives: webservices

Zillow API for Java Now Available

I launched our first integration with Zillow early this morning. Not bad considering the API has only been available for one week. (Am I the first? Surely someone from Zillow can confirm it in the comments if true.) Like a … Continue reading

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The Zestimization of RealtyBaron.com

As of this morning, RealtyBaron.com is now using Zillow’s API to help homeowners estimate the value of their home when performing a Listing Auction. It’s the first in a serious of integration points we see possible between Zillow and RealtyBaron. … Continue reading

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Zillow API (Alpha): It’s Alive

I received an invitation to join the Zillow API Network on Monday as an “Alpha” tester, but didn’t get a chance to begin work on anything until yesterday. Since then, I’ve assembled a small “toolkit” using nothing but the finest … Continue reading

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