Enthusiastic puzzles and real-estate lovers rejoice: the perfect game has been released.
If the feature you always thought Zillow was missing was the ability to guess For the house you’ve been snooping around in, Housel Game is for you.
courage Puts your appraisal skills to the test by drip-feeding clues to help users correctly estimate the asking price of a property in six tries.
The game, created by Los Angeles-based reality TV producer Doug Weitzbuch, was inspired by his love of Wordle, a game now owned by the New York Times that soared to popularity this time in 2022 — which allows users to play five-per-day games. Prompts to guess the lettered word. ,
So, are you a residential market expert?
Users are first given an image of a house with a one-sentence clue and asked to type in their guess. With every wrong guess, more clues—location, square footage, or number of bedrooms and bathrooms—and images of the house are revealed.
Players must guess within 5% of the asking price to win.
Weitzbuch told insider The idea for the game came from his experience working on Netflix’s reality show “Buy My House,” where homeowners from around the country pitch their properties for sale to real estate investors.
Weitzbuch, who is married to a real estate broker, added her love of wordall also inspired her to combine her two passions of daily puzzles and real estate.
Weitzbuch selects the House of the Day, trawling carefully through property listings across America.