The latest real estate listings from Zillow reveal that more than 4 million Americans live in neighborhoods that are considered unlivable.
That’s a huge number, but it’s not surprising.
Zillows has been publishing the real estate statistics for years, and the company also has a reputation for publishing a lot of data on real estate trends.
Zills reports have been very consistent over the years, though there have been a few outliers like the time Zillowing had to remove some of its home listings after it published a study that found that many homes in urban areas were unsafe.
Now, Zillower has been trying to make some changes, including reducing its data collection to less than 1 percent of the U.S. population.
The company said it has already cut down on the data collection in some areas and it has also cut down the number of data points it releases in other places, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement.
In a post to the company’s blog, Zellow CEO Brian Wieser said that it is currently analyzing how it can better manage its data to provide the most accurate information.
We’ll update this post with any updates we get from the company.
We also noticed that some of our most popular real estate maps, like the one below, were updated in the past few weeks, so you may see that one on the map below.