I doubt that you will see a post from a Realtor on Trulia with those stats.
I think what would serve you best is to talk with a Realtor in your area. Having a Realtor provide you with the requested information does not obligate you to hire them.
If you need a referral to a Realtor that specializes in your area you could certainly look in Trulia.
If you are wanting to sell a house, the last several homes sold comparable to yours is what you need.
If you want to buy one, you only need to see the ones that sold in the price range and area you want to buy.
If you want to invest in one - do you want to rent it, or flip it?
Data by itself won't help you - it's the interpretation of the data by a professional, based on why you want it that will give you the answers you seek.
The link below shows homes that have recently sold in Edgewater. While these aren't the last 15 that have sold I believe the information may help you.
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My goal is to approach the pricing in the same manner as an Appraiser. That's the only way your buyer is going to obtain financing. Because prices have been dropping, I also look at what your competition will be, by way of the active listings as well.
There is never any obligation to list with a Realtor(r) it's just one of the services we provide to what may be a potential listing.