We are a no disclosure State.In Texas property sales prices usually are not publically disclosed like another states.
Best advise is got to http://www.har.com and get help from a Trulia Pro agent. Check our directory to find one on your specific target area.
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you won't be able to see what the original list price was, history, how long it has been on the Market and if it was under contract at some point. These are facts that are only available to Real Estate Professionals.
If you need detailed information on any property, please let me know what the address or MLS is, and I'll be glad to assist you.
The Houston Association of Realtors has a feature to research neighborhood price trends and homes sales prices. You can also find it at http://www.har.com/HomeValue/. Alternately, a realtor who is a member of the Houston Association of Realtors and Houston MLS can lookup a specific address in the MLS and view the history of the home, including asking/selling prices.
Please bear in mind that the State of Texas is a non-disclosure State, where a homes sale price is not required to be of public record. However, when a home is listed through the Houston MLS their required paperwork has language in it that allows the Houston Association of Realtors to display this information within their database.
Hope this helps!
To learn more about the Houston real estate market please visit our website at http://www.2mrealty.com. Mark W. Martin is President of 2M Realty, a Texas Real Estate Broker, and a Houston Realtor.
The most reliable information is available through a local Realtor in your area.
They will be able to go on the Multiple Listing Service and research the history of the property listing, including price reductions and original list price.
Best of Luck!