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Leeper35, Home Seller in Escondido, CA

Where can I get information on what the worth of the homes on my street were at the time of the last sale, and possibly what they are now?

Asked by Leeper35, Escondido, CA Wed Jul 21, 2010

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Hi Leeper,
Call me 760-466-1877, with the address and I'll email you the information.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Oct 20, 2010
Any Realtor can help you with this information. As Realtors we all have access to Home Value History through our local MLS systems and also Public Information we can receive from Title Companies.

This type of information should be furnished free of charge by any local realtor.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Oct 20, 2010
Any Realtor can give you this information. Select a Realtor who is willing to do this with no obligation. If you want to find the information yourself go to : http://www.sandiegocountypropertyvalues.com. Fill out the form and within 15 minutes you will receive a report. It will give you all activity in your neighborhood. No obligation.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Oct 20, 2010
You can view the zestimate of your home on zillow.com however this will not be as accurate as you would hope. The best and most accurate way is to have an agent provide you with a CMA report and give you a more defined estimate.

If you need to know how much your home would sell for, let me know and I will provide you with this free report.



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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 7, 2010
Leeper there are lots of resources and tools realtors have access to to find this out. Just have an agent do some research for you. Let me know if you need help.
Jesse Madison
Madison Realty
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 2, 2010
Leeper35:

Any competent agent that has access to your local MLS (Multiple Listing Serve) can do this for you, and will more than likely do it at no charge.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 14, 2010
Hi Leeper:

Start with http://www.realtor.com, http://www.trulia.com, http://www.zillow.com

But better yet get in touch with a local agent.

Regards
Perry
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 21, 2010
For accurate information, consider contacting any local agent(s) and ask your question--most agents provide comps free of charge, they can also provide any other information you may want/need. Don't rely too heavily on any online information, as some may not be accurate and only as good as the source feeding the system.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 21, 2010
Hello,
It is in your best interest to find a Realtor who works your area regularly. A Comparative Market Analysis through the MLS is great for the basic data and values. However it is always good to find someone who has been inside some or all of the comparable homes - possibly including yours - to compare the upgrades, condition and location.
Best of luck,
Mary Lawler, Realtor
Realty Executives Advantage
619-857-5881
mlawler@realtyexecutives-sd.com
Web Reference: http://www.marylawler.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 21, 2010
The best source would be to contact a realtor who could perform a comparative market analysis for you. I would be happy to do this for you if you would like.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 21, 2010
If you want the information for the purpose of determining the approximate market value of your own home, the best way to get it would be to contact an experienced Realtor who specializes in your neighborhood. They can search the MLS for raw data on home that are available, in escrow, and recently sold. Then they can compare the raw data against your unique property, taking into consideration variations due to location, square footage, upgrades, types of sale and other factors that are not obvious by looking at raw statistics. For example, one of the homes on your street may have sold at an unusually low price because it was a foreclosure with the kitchen ripped out, or perhaps it was a family-to-family sale. You should be able to easily find a Realtor to perform this service to you at no charge.

On the other hand, if you just want raw information that has not been analyzed, you can find it yourself on a public website such as Zillow.
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