The CityBldr Estimate
The CityBldr Estimate helps you discover what a builder or developer would pay for your property.
Leveraging the knowledge of over 400 developers combined with dozens of disparate data sources the CityBldr Estimate helps you discover how to get the most for your property.
Highest and Best Use
CityBldr's proprietary technology shows you the most valuable use of your property.
The best price
When you're ready, CityBldr will promote your property to over 400 interested builders & developers, helping you realize the best price.
Get Smart, Stay Smart
Potential upzone? We'll notify you of any changes that influence the value of your property.
Sell when you want
Move fast or take it slow. We'll educate you on all your options when selling to a developer.
CityBldr helped 7 different homeowners near the new 145th St light rail station discover their homes were worth over twice as much to a developer
CityBldr in the News
“For more than 80,000 property owners in the county, they can now see that selling to a developer would bring in more money than selling the house on the market.” Read More
“CityBldr uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to figure out how to maximize property values, and it seeks to connect property owners to developers and builders.” Read More
“CityBldr had an architect draw up plans for an apartment building that could fit on the plot of five homes. The sample design shows commercial use on the ground floor and three residential floors that could house about 150 units.” Read More
“Because of this unprecedented change in housing demand, developers and builders are scouring cities for urban infill development sites, changing the valuations of those properties.” Read More
“Companies like Zillow and Redfin have made it easy for homeowners to find out how much their property is worth to home buyers, they often don't know how much it's worth to someone who is going to change what goes on that property.” Read More
“Fearing a NIMBY backlash, Jane Cutter hesitated to reach out to neighbors so left that to CityBldr. "I call what they were doing community organizing," said Cutter, a Shoreline homeowner.” Read More