Frequently Asked Questions

Is this free?

The service is always free for house lovers. Homeowners can see if there are any interested parties in their house for free as well.

It’s only when a homeowner wishes to connect with the people who would love to live in their house or neighborhood, are they asked to pay.

Are there refunds?

If you feel you’ve been outright deceived by a house lover, we’ll review your case and discuss a remedy.

How much does this cost the homeowner?

Homeowners are only charged when they wish to contact interested home buyers. The total investment for home buyer is 199 $99 (per property). Read more about the homeowner status tiers.

How do you verify homeownership?

Verification is done by matching your address to the billing address on your credit card. We don’t pass an amount to our processor, we ONLY check if the two addresses match. We’re working rolling out additional verification methods in future releases.

I saw you on the news, are you affiliated with a real estate brockerage?

No. iHeartYourHouse is a wholey-owned business and not associated with any single agent, realtor, broker, or larger real estate organization.

Do I need an agent?

That’s entirely up to you. If you’re comfortable with the home buying and selling process, then the answer is “no”. If you have any hesitation, the recommendation would be to find an agent you’re comfortable working with.

Are there any restrictions?

Technically speaking, no. However, it’s currently up to your judgment if a house you love falls within your purchasing ability. Homeowners are spending their hard-earned money to connect with real and legitimate potential buyers.

What do you do with my information?

We literally sell it to the owners of the houses and neighborhoods you love. But that’s why you’re using the site, right? The whole idea is to be on the inside track before that house you love goes on the market. But that’s as far as it goes, we promise. It doesn’t get sold to 3rd parties, pyramid schemers, or robo-telemarketers.

What personal information does a homeowner receive?

They’ll be able to see your name, email address, and phone number (optional). That’s the only personal information we’ll know about you.