Suppose that you purchased your home in 2014 and believe that, based upon recent comparable home sales in your vicinity, your home has a market value...
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Suppose that you purchased your home

style="background-color:transparent;color:rgb(0,0,0);"> in 2014 and believe that, based upon recent comparable home sales in your vicinity, your home has a market value of $675,000. You decide to put your home on the market for $720,000 to allow room for future negotiation towards your desired selling price of $675,000. After several days, you receive a text message from your broker informing you that prospective buyers have been balking at making you an offer as they have seen that Zillow is valuing your house online for only $600,000. Explain whether you have a right to sue Zillow and, if so, under what liability law(s).

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