There are a number of sites (including Trulia) that pull from actual tax records. That's only part of the picture since Fulton is so dreadfully behind. Most local loan officers will have resources to do a "pencil" appraisal on your home if you request it.
The most accurate information will actually be at the county court where the tax records are stored (as there are many inaccuracies online).
Also, if you have a good Realtor friend, they might be willing to pull comparables for you as well.
Do a search for it on Google too! Here's what I found: http://www.fultonassessor.org
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First, a Realtor will have access to the MLS. Depending on a number of factors, you may be able to trace the price history back anywhere from 10 to 30 or more years.
Second, most jurisdictions have tax records online. You probably can go online and find recent sales prices. Again, it'll vary regarding how far back you can go. Or, if you go down to the courthouse to look at the paper records, you can go back as far as you want.
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Any local agent/realty office can provide the information. If looking to sell in the near future, consider inviting a few local agents from different realty companies and ask for a cma, comparative market analysis; review the data, ask opinions and go from there.... more
Are you living in the ATL, GA area? Your profile says Tuscon, AZ. But your question appeared in ATL section. If you are in GA, foreclosure auctions occur on the first Tuesday of every month. If you know the foreclosure attorney that was assigned to cary out the foreclosure then you can call the office to confirm it was foreclosed. If it was scheduled it was done, most likely. If you send me the address I can look it up and tell you as well. If you are in AZ you will need to find someone there who can help you. If you are a tenant, you have certain rights in either state.... more
It's doubtful that you will be able to find this dated information by doing an independent search through public records via the internet.
We would recommend seeking a long established local appraisal company(if one exists as far back as 1961) and petition them for the information you need.
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The information you require(floor plan) is very specific information and probably would only be available through the listing agent/owner or the builder if it is a recently constructed home.
Good luck with your search,
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